- A Nigerian lady identified as Omotola has taken to her social media page to express gratitude to God
- Omotola said God gave her a second chance after a failed plastic surgery
- The lady said God kept her alive for a reason
Mixed reactions have trailed a recent post from a popular Twitter user identified as Omotola. The young woman went viral for calling out a Nigerian plastic surgery medical facility.
Legit.ng earlier reported that advising ladies not to use the medical facility even if they have to do anything about their figures. She also advised ladies to love their body the way it is.
According to her, her waist is numb and she has been financially drained following the surgery.
Soon after she came out with her story, the medical facility was locked up by the Lagos state government.
Omotola seems to have fully recovered from her surgery as she took to her page on the micro-blogging platform to tell her fans and followers.
According to the influential Twitter user, she stated that she toiled a path that many people did not have the chance to tell their stories.
She stated that God kept her alive for a reason. Expressing her gratitude to God, Omotola said that her experience changed her.
She noted that God gave her another chance to right her wrongs and become a better person.
As expected, Nigerians have taken to Omotola's comment section to react to her gratitude. Some people congratulated her and thanked God on her behalf.
Others advised her to show remorse by being a better person by desisting from shaming people.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that as she thanks her plastic surgeon.
In the photo she shared online, the mother was still her beautiful self but she was slimmer with small hips. But over the years, she has added more flesh and is now more beautiful.
While comparing her former physique in the photo to who she is now, the actress said she is speechless. She went ahead to appreciate her plastic surgeon as she reveals his identity.
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