A tweep, Miss Posha, has raised the alarm about the death of her friend, one Crystabel, who allegedly died at a clinic in Lagos, where she had gone to do a plastic surgery.
Lamenting the death of her friend, Miss Posha tweeting via #poshcupcake_1 said, ”I want to bring this to the public, A friend just died at this hospital in Lagos Nigeria, few days ago. where she underwent surgery.
Now I’m not against anybody that want to enhance their body or anything as such, it’s your body life and choice, so do what you love but I’m against doctors that claim they have experience abroad, come down to Nigeria to kill young people.
“After the surgery, she complained of bleeding and the doctors claimed it is normal, it will stop.
“Now this is the problem, how are you a highly skilled and professional plastic surgeon with experience abroad and someone you finish operating on, complained about bleeding and you said it is normal it will stop?”
Miss Posha added that after her friend died, the clinic didn’t contact her family, until friends traced her to the clinic and were told to pick her body from the mortuary.
She said, “Hospital did not find it needful to contact any of her relatives. Until the few friends who knew she was going for surgery said she was supposed to have been back, they decided to go to the hospital to check on her; on arrival, they were offered a letter that her body has been deposited at the mortuary. This is sickening.”
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Miss Posha called on the government to do more to curb the sharp practices in the healthcare sector.