• Thu. Aug 4th, 2022

Philipa Baafi opens her own medical center after graduating from medical school.

Philipa Baafi, a well-known gospel artist, has finally realized her childhood dream of becoming a doctor.

She graduated from medical school and went on to open her own medical center in Accra. Philipa Baafi was absent from the music arena until 2020, when she released the songs “Hallelujah” and “It’s a Privilege.”

‘I Go Dance,’ ‘Nkwa,’ ‘Go High,’ ‘Mogya Na Akasa,’ and ‘Yesu Ne Me Last Stop,’ among others, are among her best-known songs. She was rumored to have stopped recording songs owing to marriage and childbirth, but the singer rejected the rumors in a March 2021 interview with Kingdom FM, saying that she was enrolled in school.

Her singing career was stalled in certain ways, according to her, because she was enrolled in a medical school and needed to be focused. Philipa stated that she would graduate from medical school in 2021.

Philipa’s ambition has finally come true, as she has invited Ghanaians to the opening of her hospital, Philibells Medical Center, on her Facebook page.

“Good morning Family,” she wrote. We will launch this facility on Saturday, January 29th, and all treatments will be free on that day.”

Since then, her followers and loved ones have flocked to the website to congratulate her on her outstanding success.

Non-invasive liposuction, women’s health & wellness, stress management, and laboratory treatments will be available at Philbells Medical Center’s General OPD. Obstetrics and gynecology, physiotherapy, dermatology, and massage therapy will all be available at the institution.

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