CARELESS DEATH: Nigerian Lady, Abimbola Bamgbose Dies After Liposuction In Turkey.

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 A Nigerian-British lady by name, Abimbola Bamgbose has reported died following complications arising from liposuction treatment in far away Turkey.

The 38-year-old social worker died in August after buying an overseas package deal with Mono Cosmetic Surgery and her husband, Moyosore Olowo is also reported to be suing the firm and the surgeon responsible for his wife's surgery, another Nigerian, Dr Hakan Aydogan, for £1million, claiming medical negligence.

Proceedings on the matter have been issued in the Turkish courts and as Mr, Olowo told the Media: “She was the backbone of the family.

According to him, “My wife was an excellent mum. My son has special needs and she was a calming influence on him, now I am left alone caring for the children and it is really, really painful.”

Ms. Bamgbose travelled abroad for the treatment at Mono Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Izmir, a city on the country’s Aegean coast, although the mother-of-three had initially hoped to have surgery in the UK, she looked abroad after finding it was too expensive, Olowo said.

Having compared options, she eventually settled on spending £5,000 in Turkey, with Mono also providing airport transfers and accommodation.

Her husband said she began experiencing severe abdominal pain after receiving the treatment and four days later, she was seen by another specialist at the hospital and had a second surgery.

At this point, Mr. Olowo flew to Turkey, where he was told by medical staff at the hospital an error in the initial procedure had led to complications and after returning home to take care of his family, Olowo then received a WhatsApp call from the surgeon, where he was told his wife had died.

In the post-mortem examination, the North West Kent Coroner Service found Bamgbose died from peritonitis and multi-organ failure following a complication of the liposuction surgery.


My wife suffered from low self-esteem after giving birth to her three children, Morayo, 13, Eyitayo, 10 and Titilayomi, seven, Mr. Olowo says and I have not been able to return to work as a Network Rail contractor since she died because of childcare commitments.