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Saturday, May 18, 2024

MedContour CEO Anu Adepoju Jailed 1 Year But Given Option Of ₦100, 000 Fine For Patients Death

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has convicted and sentenced, a plastic surgeon and founder of MedContour Services Ltd., Dr Anuoluwapo Adepoju to one year imprisonment, for failing to appear before the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) in relation to an investigation into a failed plastic surgery that resulted in the death of one Nneka Onwuzuligbo in 2020.
Justice Mohammed Liman who found her guilty however gave her the option of paying a sum of N100,000, in lieu of the jail term.


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    1. You see wetin I see, 100k.

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    2. HÑà 100k,hmm and some people allowed to be wasted by her.

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    3. This is a joke. She will go and kill more people with this useless judgment.

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  2. 100k option of fine over death of someone but someone is in prison for spraying of naira. Na wah.....

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    1. Bob's lawyer no try. It's important to invest in a good lawyer, no matter how minor the offence may appear.

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    2. You seem to be one of the few people who think Bob is in jail for "abuse of the naira".

      Man is in jail for offending the wrong people with his queer/cross-dressing lifestyle.

      He is being taught a lesson.

      I trust him to name names when he is released.

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    3. It is not about lawyers, but our judiciary system is rotten in its core. Stupid judgement, 100k fine when a life is involve? The judge can not make heaven.

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    4. Anon. 13:15..you are among the few persons who seem to understand what went down with Bobrisky's case. People are blaming the lawyer without even understanding the real situation. The money laundering charges were dropped for bobrisky plea of guilt. He choose the lesser of two evils. Bob has really offended the sensibilities of many and needed his wings clipped.Simple.

      Anon.14.03: It was the law under which she was charged that is the problem. She wasn't charged for murder or even manslaughter under the criminal code. It was even one agency like that that prosecuted her. The judge only sentenced her according to what the law under which she was charged prescribed.

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    5. He pleaded GUILTY. Unless he went against his lawyer's advice, his lawyer no try! If you are going for a plea bargain, you should finalize it first. You don't plead guilty and hope for the best.

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  3. Option of #100,000???

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  4. Is it pounds or naira? Her mama na police officer them don leg am. One day she sef go die. Na death we can’t escape it.

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  5. God have mercy 😌😌😌

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  6. Chai...bobrisky on my mind 🀷‍♂️

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  7. I heard her mom is mouthed and it's a huge factor cause about 3cases of death in her hospital due to her negligence and inexperience have been te ires and they were viral.
    Also I think the agreement form where they sign that it's a 50-50 chance of survival could also be the reason her term is small with such meagre fine

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    1. You mean people sign forms that there is a 50% chance they might lose their lives?

      For a cosmetic surgery? Not that they need it for a live threatening illness?

      Nigerian woman are bold sha

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    2. You have to sign paperwork before you do any type of surgery all over the world. The paperwork lists all the risks associated with doing that procedure including death. It is called consent.

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  8. Law interpretation in this country ehn, #100k fine for loosing a life to incompetence. God abeg o.
    @GOLIBE, I shared your sentiment.


    Anne K

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  9. Evans, the murderer and kidnapper is about to settle for plea bargain Wadumme the killer and kidnapper was given two years and he is now out a free man. Now this lady is given an option of 100k for her negligence resulting in death?

    What drugs do they share for judges in the Nigerian judiciary? Oh! I forgot. We have a legal system not a Justice system. Utter rubbish!

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    1. Bribery and corruption. The judges need to be hanged for commiting such atrocities.

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    2. You can say that again. I think the legislative arm should be put in the blame mix. So many laws that should be reviewed and updated.

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    3. And the wicked Evans will be back torment innocent ones again and also continue to enjoy his ill gotten wealth.

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  10. I wonder if it is two separate things, that the fine or imprisonment is for not appearing only, but even after paying she will still have to face the trial🀷🏽‍♀️

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    1. YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WITH SENSE HERE O... for failing to appear before the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) in relation to an investigation into a failed plastic surgery that resulted in the death of one Nneka Onwuzuligbo in 2020.

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  11. I think this fine is for failure to appear in court and not for murder. I may be wrong oh.

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  12. Na waoo
    Naija my country, which way nau??

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  13. H.E Peter Obi was right, the judiciary is our problem not inec. 100k fine??

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  14. Is my eye paining me ??? 200k for lives lost???? Chai, no more justice for the dead, try to stay alive o, no let anyone kpai you for nothing. Na person wey die him own finish o

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  15. Let them just give her one of these their national honors. Wetin remain sef.

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  16. I am kind of confused πŸ˜•
    Please before I say the wrong thing, is this 100k for the offence of negligence or not coming to court?

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  17. Please ooooo. Read to understand and not just to run kitikata to comment razz. She received the options of a fine or one year imprisonment for failing to appear before the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) in relation to the investigation into a failed plastic surgery that led to the death of Nneka Onwuzuligbo in 2020 and not as punishment for her death.

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