Healthcare for our elderly in Nigeria. Long overdue. Bravo Toyin
Repost from @dr_ajalatravels using @RepostRegramApp - 10 years ago, whilst I was doing my residency training in Geriatric medicine, I had a dream/goal of setting up an all-inclusive excellent Elderly care service in Nigeria when I completed my training.
This was driven in part by the number of calls I got from friends and family about other relatives suffering from Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Falls, Strokes etc, that could not get good quality care or in fact any expert care back home.
So I put pen to paper & started writing out my plan for an excellent specialist elderly care service. I amended, re-wrote, step by step, worked on it, dreamt of it.... and then I put it out there....!!
The response I got over the next two years was overall very discouraging.
I had my write-ups and my websites, my four quite young children, hardly any money and not much support so in time I put those plans aside..... until now!!🙌🏾
With encouragement from one of my little sisters, with the passion very much there & the expertise over flowing.......
Over the past one year I have managed to put together a team of like-minded passionate diverse skilled individuals to bring to life JBS MEDICARE SERVICES... YOUR ELDERLY CARE EXPERTS, providing services in Nigeria
💥We are fully operational from the 25th May 2018👍🏽
💥Contact me for more info
💥Check DP for list of services
💥Check out our website
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We just had to do something for the culture... Well, it's no news that here at Omaness, we are bursting with so much love & pride for our African heritage that we had to incorporate something from our culture into our new brand outlook!
That's right people! Omaness now has it's own signature pattern outlook...
This African-inspired pattern is a creative mix of traditional West African adinkra symbols blended with shapes from our indigenous mural art with a twist of contemporary design.
It took us about 3months to develop this artistic concept and it was made possible by the combined effort of a highly skilled creative team led by Tosin Ajilola of 2807 Studios and some members of the Omaness Family (Thanks to a few of our loyal customers who took out time to review the design)
For us...this pattern is much more than our brand outlook..it is a lifestyle concept celebrating the diversity of themes, graceful shapes & designs inspired by the rich wholesome tradition of our African Heritage.
We have gradually started incorporating this pattern into our product branding, labels (new look loading...)and a variety of other lifestyle accessories we are working on!
With your support, we'd continue to pursue our mandate to promote & drive the demand of our indigenous skinfood in the mainstream market, offer wholesome skincare products all made from the finest skinfood ingredients locally sourced from right here and develop a huge potential for the African Skinfood Industry that'd benefit hundreds of women and local communities along our value chain!
Thank you for choosing Omaness!!!🙏 💥💥💥
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Africa and its mysteries. 🤓 of course there is a legend around those lianas bridges: they are built in one night by the insiders of the village. No one knows who they are and how they do it cause it’s strictly forbidden to penetrate in the forest during the special night or you’ll be cursed... ⚡️
I’m going back into the Guinea bush in roughly 3 weeks. (I’ll be in Africa a month this time.)
Please begin praying that God will direct my steps and be glorified in every encounter! #westafrica#jesusforafrica