Cameroon: Foumbot woman dies following cosmetic surgery

The Foumbout region of Cameroon reported an unfortunate incident in the form of the death of a woman. The said woman was in the area for a medical procedure

The foumbot region of Cameroon reported an unfortunate incident in the form of the death of a woman. The said woman was in the area for a medical procedure. The official sources have revealed that the deceased had undergone plastic surgery before her death.

The said procedure went south as the doctor who was doing the surgery did not get training in the field and domain. The unfortunate botching in the surgery resulted in the woman’s death. At the time of the surgery, the victim was in Foumbot.

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The investigating officers have recognized the victim as Prestige Victoire. The young woman was in her late twenties. She was not happy with the way that she looked. Accordingly, the young woman decided that she wanted to undergo plastic surgery.

With the help of cosmetic surgery Prestige Victoire wanted to get the look she desired. Reports suggest that the victim was tired of dealing with her multiple pįmplës.

She also confessed that her bōdy was not at all to her liking. In trying to find a solution to her problem, the now-deceased victim fell into the hands of a doctor. Further, The police have identified the alleged culprit as Daniel. He is a surgeon who lîed to her he specializes in the domain of cosmetic surgery.

He promised his patient, who has now become deceased that he would be able to repair her skin and give her the shape she desires.

Some days before the súrgery, Prestige, who is in her late twenties, lîed to her father that she was in Dschang for her exams. This was the time when she started the surgical procedure. Little did she know that she would die during the operation.

Cosmetic Surgeries serve as a way of changing the way a person’s body looks. With the help of the procedures, many people can get their desired look. However, more than half of cosmetic surgeries are elective. These procedures, if not done properly, may result in lielong disfigurement or death.

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