Former Nurse Of Obengfo Hospital Reveals Names Of Celebs Who Patronize The Clinic — Some Are Surprising, Others Are NOT

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A nurse who used to work at the Dr Obengfo clinic of cosmetic surgery has started ‘spilling the beans’ on some of the hospital’s more famous clients.
The former nurse claims that during her time working for Obengfo, part of her duties included handling the client list and thus she knows all the ashawobrities who have been coming there for ‘enhancements’ – and she has some corroborating evidence to back her claims.
The nurse spoke to the website mynewsgh and has promised more names in the future, but her first batch of names include Moesha Boduong, Princess Shyngle and Joselyn Dumas.
Moesha Boduong got her work done before she got popular, the nurse recollects, and at the time she paid for part of the cost by modelling for the hospital.
Dr Obengfo at the time shared some posts on social media using Moesha’s image modelling for the hospital, as agreed.

Joselyn Dumas, according to the nurse, got her work done after she gave birth and gained some extra weight.

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The nurse additionally claims Dumas was so impressed with the work she linked some of her Nigerian celebrity friends with the hospital.
Another piece of evidence she provided is an article in the Graphic Showbiz from 2014 in which Dr Obengfo advertizes his clinic and names some of his clients including Dumas and Shyngle.
According to the nurse, she has more names to drop soon and GhanaCelebrities.Com would definitely bring out those names immediately they are released.
Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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