A lady on Twitter has called out Anuoluwapo Adepoju, a controversial surgeon, over a failed cosmetic surgery.
The lady alleged that she has developed an infection from a surgery performed on her by the doctor in Abuja.
In the pictures of the failed surgery that have now gone viral, the client explained that she engaged the services of the health practitioner because she was not aware of the previous allegations against her.
The lady said she was based in New York, United States, and had recently returned to Nigeria after 10 years.
According to her, she heard about the past records of the doctor after the surgery.
She lamented that the botched procedure has left her with fat necrosis; a condition that occurs when a person experiences an injury to an area of fatty tissue.
The client added that the failed surgery has continued to cause her untold pain, adding that “I am dying in Abuja.”
“Dr Anu has done it again o. She has been in Abuja doing surgery and giving them infection. Dr Anu gave me infection, fat necrosis. I’m dying in Abuja o. I live abroad, I live in New York. I didn’t know about Anu until I came down to Nigeria,” she wrote.
“I haven’t been in Nigeria for 10 years. It was after the surgery that I started hearing things about her. For real, you don’t have to be harsh on me. I just started following you of recent.”
Dr Anu has reportedly done it again o — Lady cries out after a supposedly Surgery went otherwise 1/2 pic.twitter.com/AySy5rmTUn
— Naija (@Naija_PR) May 16, 2021
The allegation by the lady is coming barely a year ago after popular socialite, Omotola Taiwo Temilade, popularly known as Omohtee, accused Adepoju of a botched cosmetic surgery.
Omohtee stated that she became suicidal and had to spend millions to treat herself after the failed surgery.
The doctor was arraigned in Lagos last year after the cosmetic surgery, which allegedly resulted in the death of another client.
Her medical facility, MedContour Services Limited, was also shut down in the state.
The development had also led to her suspension by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) at the time.
However, Adepoju had hit back at her critics and blamed the complications on the disobedience of post-surgery rules.