Dr. Anu Adepoju’s clinic in Lagos was the place to be for cosmetic surgery. Ladies stormed the place for liposuction, hips, butt and breast enlargement. Suddenly, stories of badly done surgeries started emerging. At a point, a lady allegedly died after a cosmetic surgery in the clinic. Thereafter, the clinic was shut and Anu arraigned in court. Is she guilty as charged? 

Instagram Investigative gist giver aka Gistlover accused cosmetic surgery doctor, Dr. Anu of Med contour – the one dragged for a botched surgery, for involving in rituals. The blogger had previously sworn to call out the doctor.

According to Gistlover, Dr. Anu, and Fifi, the moon have a herbalist whose shrine is at Ilasan close to Elagushi. She claims that apart from being a herbalist, ‘He dabbles in a loooooooot of dark craft on their behalf’.


Gistlover also claimed Dr. Anu, Fifi, and another lady named Constance (orisaronke) recruit other females in Lekki seeking riches. She said, Dr. ANu is a quack and that she extracts blood, hair, and other body fluids from her clients when they are unconscious for dark ritual purposes.

Read Gistlover’s full revelation here;

“Heloo Tueh Tueh, So Aanu doesn’t just have a policewoman backings, She and Fifi d moon have a Babalawo (herbalist) his name is Opemoluwa Kehinde Anipupo.

He is also the official herbalist of a popular monarch in Lagos (name withheld) His home and shrine is at ilasan very close to the egungun groove of ikate elegushi kingdom.

Asides from doing regular Ifa (herbalist) spiritual work for them. He dabbles in a loooooooot of dark craft on their behalf.

Fifi, Aanu, one Igbo girl, they call Constance (orisaronke) The three of them now recruit other females in lekki seeking riches or fame or just trying to sort out some life challenges. not only is Aanu a quack.

When people are laying unconscious on her table, she allegedly extracts blood, hair, and other body fluids for dark ritualistic purposes. And anipupo helps them do the dirty spiritual job. Their Babalawo. That’s his name.


When someone dies on Aanu’s table Anipupo is the one to make sure the case never succeeds. And not just that, don’t forget the patients are also being used for dark rituals, so they end up with energy drain, financial drain. Basically they become useless.

Except for people like that tee girl who has a strong and solid God behind them. So many of them cant fight. They just go away, with physical and/or spiritual deformities.

When the first story of the beauty queen broke, it was because Fifi and Aanu were fighting then so she stepped aside and withdrew Anipupo from doing the usual.

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Aanu had to go back to beg Fifi, then they killed the case their usual way. They all work in a ring, with Anipupi for their rituals. And they have different ways of fulfilling their pledge.

In February 2019, Dr. Anu was called out for the death of an ex-beauty queen Nneka who developed complications after a botched surgery. This year, popular social media user @omohtee took to twitter to tell the world about the surgery she had allegedly undergone with Dr. Anu and the complications she suffered from it.


Omohtee said she has been visiting the hospital but nothing was done by Dr. Anu as she kept assuring her she’ll be alright. She is still receiving treatment from another hospital due to the bad surgery.

Though Dr. Anu, who is allegedly a 2016 graduate of the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, came out to refute some of the previous accusations and those calling her incompetent, saying the patients don’t take to instructions after surgeries leading to complications and which the blame the doctor.

On the part of being a ritualist, she refuted the claim saying that is a blatant lie and not a possible thing to do as there are nurses and other people usually around during surgeries. Moreover, patients are usually awake during surgeries so, taking of blood or doing anything unprofessional is very impossible.

On getting Omohtee arrested and FCCPC shutting down her clinic she said;

“Yes, I got her arrested because all she posted about me made FCCPC come to my clinic and shut it down. FCCPC without trying to call, or checking if those things were true just acted on what they saw on social media. They did no investigation. They even addressed me as Dr Anu Fella. My name is not Dr Anu Fella. I reported this to the Nigerian Medical Association and they have written to them. FCCPC also told them I was not a registered doctor and the NMA denied this.”

On the allegations by Gistlover she said;

“This blogger has been going on and on about me. People should be suspicious about why Gistlover seems to be particularly focused on me. I have proof to show that from the first video, this blogger blackmailed me. He or she asked me to pay N2 million to make the story go away and support my brand. I did not pay; it was reduced to N1.5 million. The moment I refused to make that payment, I woke up the next morning to see all the negative things they posted. They blogger is trying to show people that they are helping them when all they say is total nonsense.”

Dr Anu concluded the interview saying;

I just wish all this will go away. I want all the negativity to go away seeing that I did not do all the things I am accused of. I’ve not been able to share my own side of the story because my profession does not allow me to. I also see a lot of people saying I do not show any sympathy but the truth is as a Dr, you are meant to be emphatic and not sympathetic towards things. So you cannot exactly show emotions. It doesn’t mean that I do not feel what others feel, it doesn’t mean that I do not feel their pain. At the end of the day, I am a mother as well and I will pray never to lose my own children so why would I want anyone to go through that pain. I wish that patient never died, I wish Omohtee contacted us and we were able to reassure her before she went on social media.

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