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Friday, July 17, 2020

Oasis Medspa CEO Freda Francis Hands Out Flowers And Some Love To Some Frontline Doctors In Lagos...

 Freda Francis,Founder and Medical aesthetician of Oasis Medspa,put a smile on the faces of some frontline doctors and nurses at @paelonmemorial recently with a surprise visit, words of encouragement and lots of flowers in tow πŸ’.

















Let’s celebrate our doctors, nurses and all frontline workers as they continue to take care of all of us,especially in these coronavirus times! #randomactofkindness

61 comments:

  1. Nice one Freda, they deserve to be appreciated πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

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    1. We naija don't value flower, she for give them cake or jollof rice and drinks with toothpick.

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    2. Mao Akuh you know what's up. I hate flower, anyway thanks for her kind gesture.

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    3. She can do better with the optics. Being given credit for mediocrity. Give me a break!!!

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    4. Love the gesture...appreciate it gurl.

      But my country people dont know the value of flowers.

      Please thr next person that will copy her, please give frontlines food catered by 5* caterer...we love it when we see food after dealing with a difficult pt.


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  2. Nice gesture Freda!!!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ but nor be Everybody like flower Sha.

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  3. Kudos to Freda. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—. To all those on the frontlines, I applaud you for doing what you do best. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  4. Awwn, that was very thoughtful and good of her. God bless the doctors and nurses.

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  5. Awww😘😘 showing a lil kindness..God bless her

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    1. Nice one, the flowers are so beautiful, thank you to all the health care workers πŸ¦‹

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  6. Thoughtful of her.

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  7. Nigerians don't value flowers. It is either money or nothing else.
    When I saw that dude aiming at her forehead, I thought it was a handgun, for daring to come there with flowers. 😊😊😊😊😊

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    1. 18:14,

      Remember that we are all raised differently. Kindly speak for yourself only.

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    2. Anon 18: 14. I love flowers and cards. Stop generalizing.

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  8. I hate Nigeria for this. Stop downplaying nurses,they do greater part of the work!. my husband is a nurse and he earns not up to 100k after 15yrs of working. we leave from hand to mouth,a RN for that matter. Nurses shld always be looked and checked out too. Patients gift my husband something's sometimes because he patient,kind, cool and calm. They even tell him secret things.
    He carries poo,urine,vomit,check on every now and then,small doctors that just started work today disrespect him because he's a nurse. I pray the social work he's trying to work out,works out for him.
    being a nurse is a scam in Nigeria,they see them like shit .Myyounger siblings and parents don't even respect my family because my husband is a mere poor nurse but have more regard for our last born that works with MTN
    he does night shift and nurses are more active than doctors at night. My children will never ever ever study nursing because of their dads experience

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    1. My dear that’s Nigeria for you oo. I am a new graduate, RN in the US and I am making equivalent of 50million naira per year here ooo. Registered nurses here in the USA make plenty money ooo.

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    2. You are a saddist.Speak for nurse's and don't start comparing them to doctors.Secondly bind the spirit of envy and witchcraft in you.y talk about your brother working with mtn.i presume u and ur hubby don't know wots up.nurses are easily leaving for us n uk.no go plan yourself,just dey one corner d nag.go and study medicine naaa,is it late?

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    3. So sad to read because nurses perform a very critical role. Doctors only check in on you and prescribe your medication, but the nurse is the one who cares for you back to health. A registered nurse in the abroad can easily make 100,000/yr in that currency. It is a pity that they are so undervalued in Nigeria that even family members turn down their noses. A friend of mine her father even went back to school and is now a nurse practitioner, he now operates as a doctor and make even a whole lot more. I wish your husband all the best.

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    4. @ 23:58, what's your problem in this life? Why are you attacking the anon above??
      And see the the disjointed English you are spewing out sef, shame no dey catch you. Common gtfoh.

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    5. Pls make una take am easy oh. The average pay for RN in USA is 70-80k. There is no 'easily 100k', that's the higher end salary and with years of experience, not the average pay. Or the pay in high income states where tax and expenses are equally high. Of course this year is different as salaries were increased due to the hazard pay of working with COVID victims. I think the best thing about the nursing career in the US is the flexibility, not even the pay. You can choose your hours, choose where and when you work and no matter the state you move to, you have a job for you. Same can't even be said for doctors.

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  9. must be the high brow hospitals where they may be well taken care of ..in a place like Alimosho heath center will prefer cash gifts which will go further for them

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    1. In truth the flowers are not practical. A kind gesture, but impractical. Spa treatment offers, beauty products, gift certificates to a nice restaurant, gift baskets would have been more practical. But she did it according to her own thought process so who am I to criticize.

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    2. she did a nice thing thank you freda

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  10. Very sweet of her, God bless her.

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  11. Such an act of kindness easily melts the heart....

    Very thoughtful of you Freda... God bless...

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  12. You have done Soo wellπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  13. God bless her and all the doctors and nurses

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  14. I wanted to rant, but I realised that they're Doctors so they should have some element of 'tushness' in them, so they will appreciate flowers

    Good Job Freda. Bless your kind heart

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  15. Thoughtful of her. May God be with all our health workers.

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  16. Beautiful idea.
    Well done Freda. πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’

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  17. I hope they appreciate the flowers.

    Flowers from my doting husband only.

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  18. So kind of her

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  19. Thoughtful gesture.πŸ’πŸ΅πŸŒΉπŸŒ»πŸŒΌπŸŒ·I love flowers but a cash slipped inside it would have really made my day😍😍😍.Can someone please give me this right now.

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  20. So thoughtful of her, Weldon Freda

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  21. She tried her best, anyone who thinks flower isn't g9of enough should also package whatever they think its good enuf and take it ti them

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  22. Very nice of her

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  23. She tried her best,very thoughtful of her. A friend of mine who is a nurse said they were given tax holiday which runs from when the lockdown was announced and currently running. 50% discount was also given to them in five selected stores and two groceries stores,one year free parking ticket included on the list. It feels good that some people appreciate what our medical practioners are doing,especially this time. Someone argued that they are doing their jobs so they don't need the recognition. But I say they do. They are heros. If you are one on this blog,you are highly appreciated and loved. Keep doing what you do.

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  24. The flowers are lovely πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–
    Me love flowers πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

    Kudos to her, nice one.

    May the Lord continue to bless all the front line workers, amen πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  25. Firstlady blessing17 July 2020 at 21:48

    Very thoughtful of her,God bless her.

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  26. Kudos to her, she has done very well

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  27. God bless you Freda so thoughtful of you.

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  28. Well done babe.
    God bless all frontline workers.

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  29. I’m sure the flower came with food voucher cos it’s not safe to just collect food like that in this pandemic!!!

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