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Ghanaian Lady Dies In London During A Surgery To Correct Her “ALANTA” Legs

Queen Obakpolor

July. 09, 2020

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Information we’ve gathered says a young and beautiful Ghanaian lady has died during surgery in London to correct her bow leg which is popularly known as “alanta” legs in Ghana.
Ghanaian blogger, Chris-Vincent Agyapong broke the news on his Facebook wall and according to him, one cannot judge the decision of others, especially those dead.
Here’s what he wrote on Facebook; “Ghanaian descent, has died in London. And that she died after an operation/surgery to correct what we call “alanta” legs in Ghana—as she was not happy with the shape of her legs. You cannot judge the decision of others, especially those dead. But we should all be mindful of the hovering desire to achieve perfection—from bum enlargement to divk enlargement, these things are not the ultimate definition of happiness in life. You do not need to be perfect for anyone. Perfection itself is an illusion. Social media and the world we live in today put unending pressures on others, to become something else—with women leading the pack. From boobs to lips, people are altering what nature has accorded them. May her soul rest in peace.” Bowlegs (or genu varum) is when the legs curve outward at the knees while the feet and ankles touch. Infants and toddlers often have bow legs. Sometimes, older kids do too. It’s rarely serious and usually goes away without treatment, often by the time a child is 3–4 years old.
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