But in an interview with Accra-based Citi FM, Adams Arimeyaw said the reportage was not true.
“What you heard from them (Daily Graphic), I think it was fake. It is not true that I was arrested,” he said.
He however admitted that he was under investigation by the Greater Accra Regional Medical and Dental Council for not having certification.
According to him, he has trained in France and has many years of experience as a practitioner in the field.
“I trained in Europe and after that I have worked in a lot of clinics. I was trained in France”, the doctor added.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Medical and Dental Council is set to introduce registration stamps for medical practitioners by July 2016 in a bid to clamp down on fake doctors.