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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

CEO of SlimGirl.NG Gives 1000 ladies Free Sanitary Pads.

Juliana Richards of www.Slimgirl.ng and www.BodyFab.com (U.S.A), gives out sanitary pads to a thousand ladies out there who cannot afford it.






In her words “I want to talk to you guys about the tweet regarding the high prices of sanitary pads in Nigeria. This is not something we should take likely. I want to personally take it upon myself to give at least a thousand girls free sanitary pads, which they can pick up at any Slim Girl location in Lagos or in Abuja.

 We are also going to be out on the streets, giving out free sanitary pads. If you are in a position to do the same, please help our girls. Thank you “ 



33 comments:

  1. God bless her.. Sanitary pad so expensiveeee now.

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  2. Nice one
    Buying this thing 350 *2 every month now is not moi moi

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  3. Wow!! That's very good of her.. Cos pads are so freaking expensive am considering getting pregnant again lmao

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    1. That's good of her.

      Lol, but Training a child is more expensive.

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    2. Lwkmd oooo. Characters full for here aswear. Choi!

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    3. My dear I will buy the pad than born another child oh. School fees is more expensive.

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  4. That's very nice. God bless her.




    God Bless Everyone.

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  5. Good gal.but wat about port Harcourt gals.please come to us.

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  6. Some ppl might say ordinary sanitary pad but to me its d thought that counts. #nuffsaid

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    1. How is it ordinary. See this one. You are obviously male.

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    2. Yes,I'm a guy. I didn't mean ordinary to be an insult o, so read through completely abeg

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  7. Aww bless her!! I don't understand why we have to pay so much bear the pain of menstruation... It's a nice initiative. I might give one or two sanitary pads to people too

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  8. Good job, weldone
    May the Almighty replenish her pocket
    The way prices escalated these few months was alarming
    The last price I bought pad last Year was #250, only to go and buy yesterday and I was told it was #350
    The astonished look on my face could tell it all
    And I wasn't left with an option than to buy
    Things are way too expensive
    The value of money is diminishing by the day
    God please intervene

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    1. Stella, wetin my comment do u? I only asked for her native name o. U don start?

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  10. I spent 1500 naira in Dec 2016 (as against 900 naira in prior months) for period. Pads are now expensive. Hmmm

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  11. Pads are now expensive... I am thing of going for the ones my group did for our project in skul...even if d pad no hold am well, something else go support am.
    Hmmmn

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  12. This is really nice, Thank you so much Juliana for keying into the movement. This is what my personal project has been so far. I hope that she adding her voice to #Menstruationmatters will help #Smashtheshame and #Breakthebarriers surrounding #menstruation so women and girls can effectively manage their menstruation hygienically.

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  13. Bless her soul. I wanna give out 1000 on Feb 14 to govt sec. School girls, if ure interested to join me pls drop ur email. I usually go to motherless babies home Every Feb 14 but after I spent 400 & 1550 for pad and tampon I felt for those teens whose mums are hustling in the market.

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  14. Thank God for using her. Just pity those who find it difficult to buy pads.

    God bless all women

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  15. God bless you dearie.
    what of us in umuahia
    bought #350 on this january
    while some sell #400 which means
    i spent #900 for pad this january.

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  16. Thanks slim girl I am a beneficiary of the gift.

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  17. Menstruation continues....

    Tension reduced on inability to afford sanitary pad.

    Welcome Development. Thanks to the lady.

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