A Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli, in collaboration with Kene Monplaisir, a medical practitioner, would on Feb. 18, organise a workshop for women, on how to totally eliminate fibroid.
The renowned actress, who took to her instagram page to make the announcement to fans, urged women to utilise the opportunity, in order to acquire knowledge on how to shrink fibroid.
According to her, there are some habits an individual will do that aids the growth of fibroid.
“If we stop these habits that are feeding them, they will stop growing, as well as if we know what things to do to starve them.
“I cannot wait for this our fibroid workshop coming up on Saturday, Feb. 18.
“I don’t know what you have heard, but I have seen people who have used the information and resources you will get from this workshop, to shrink or completely eliminate their fibroid.
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“Think about it. There are some things you are doing that is making it grow. If you stop feeding them, they will stop growing. There are also things you can do to starve them,” she said.
According to her, the workshop promises to be intensive and intimate.
“This masterclass will be intensive and intimate. Help is here my queens, @drkenemonplaisir has promised not to hold back.
“She is giving us everything! Use link https://omoneygoalblasters.com/ (also in my bio) to get Chioma’s discount of 20% off.
“Goes back to full price by midnight ,” she wrote.
The actress further said that she always prays to God to help her do things that would affect people positively.
“I told God that I only want to do things that affect people’s lives positively, that is why I’m so excited about this collaboration with Dr Kene Monplaisir @drkenemonplaisir.
“I have known Dr Kene since primary school. She’s a pharmacist, nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner.
“I have personal history with fibroid and it’s devastating and sometimes deadly.
“My mother died of complications from a fibroid surgery. It was a very needless and painful death and I wish I knew what I now know. What we don’t know truly kills us.
“This workshop is for everyone! Roughly 80% of women of African descent will develop fibroid at some point in their lives, so it’s great to know how you can naturally shrink or eliminate them completely,” she added.
Oboli is a popular Nigerian actress, scriptwriter, film producer, director, and digital filmmaker.
Her acting career started with a role as a secretary in the 1996 film ‘Bitter Encounter’, after that her next film was titled, ‘Shame’.
She went on to play the leading lady in three important films, ‘Another Campus’, ‘Tale, Destined to Die’ and ‘Not My Will’.
Omoni’s immense contributions to the entertainment industry has made her outstanding.