A former nurse of Obengfo Hospital who worked at the facility between 2013 and 2017 has reportedly leaked a list of celebrities and non-celebrities in Ghana who are beneficiaries of Dr Obengfo’s plastic surgery.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewsgh.com, Dr Obengfo allegedly kept a list of his clients very confidential however sometimes, he relied on the nurse to update the list for him with names, dates and photographs.
The first set of Ghanaian celebrities reported to have been beneficiaries included actress and TV personality, Joselyn Dumas, Moesha Buduong and Princess Shyngle.
According to reports, the nurse is alleged to have revealed that she started taking notice of Moesha when she started making waves “all over the place”.
The nurse is alleged to have indicated that Moesha got a waiver of some of the cost in return for an option to model for the hospital.
Moesha upheld her end of the deal until later when she backed off and paid the money difference to Obengfo.
The report went on to state that in return for topping up, Dr. Obengfo was to delete all her model photos for the hospital on social media.
One such photos of Moesha for the hospital was reportedly posted by Dr Obengfo in December 2016.
Joselyn Dumas, according to reports, visited Obengfo Hospital as one of its early clients before it made a name. The nurse purportedly indicated that Joselyn Dumas linked her Nigerian friends to Dr Obengfo.
The nurse also made reference to a December 2014 story which Dr Obengfo sponsored in the Graphic showbiz to hype some of his select clients. This included Joselyn Dumas, Shyngle, among others.
The Graphic showbiz story was shared by Dr Obengfo himself in 2014 on Facebook to encourage more clients to visit his facility.
Dr Dominic Obeng- Andoh, popularly known as Obengfo, is the owner and manager of Advanced Body Sculpt in Ghana.
He has been in the news, and lately, was caged by the police after he was linked with the death of the deputy chief executive officer of National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei-Darko.