Reactions as Nigerian doctor says people who sell slimming teas after doing liposuction should go to prison

Reactions as Nigerian doctor says people who sell slimming teas after doing liposuction should go to prison

- A market that seems to be thriving due to high demand is that of slimming tea

- A Nigerian doctor has taken to social media to condemn the sellers who deceive consumers that these teas work

- The medical personnel also advised them to be transparent instead of deceiving people

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A Nigerian doctor has got people talking and dropping opinions on social media after he condemned people who have undergone liposuction but decide to make a business out of selling teas.

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In a tweet @aproko_doctor put up, he stated that people who start selling slimming teas immediately after getting liposuction done, in a bid to convince people that the teas work, should be jailed.

Reactions as Doctor says people who sell slimming teas after doing liposuction should go to prison
Doctor says people who have done liposuction should stop deceiving others Photo credit: @aproko_doctor
Source: Twitter

He continued by saying he is not against women getting liposuction but it is unfair to deceive people by selling them teas that do not work.

The doctor wrote:

"People who do liposuction then immediately start selling slimming teas deserve prison. No one is saying you can't do liposuction, but stop deceiving others."

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View the tweet below:

The tweet which garnered over two thousand replies had people sharing their opinions.

Read some of their comments below:


"It’s the others that want to be deceived. Cause nothing Mercy Eke, Toke Makinwa, or Lily Afe will tell me that will convince me to buy a waist trainer."

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"Loud it please. the ones that’ll start selling bum oil and tea and whatever too."


"The likes of Mercy eke and mapia tea, nonsense!!!!!"

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"Not only slimming tea, they even go ahead to deceive people into buying their waist trainers, saying that's what gave them the hourglass shape. wickedness!"


"I remember one lady that came online to cry that her 'surgeon' had almost killed her, only for her to start selling waist trainers and educating people on dietary supplements."


"Or get endorsed for flat tummy belt. Both the endorsed and the company, kiri kiri!!"

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In other news, reported that a young lady who just acquired a medical degree took to social media to celebrate herself.

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The lady with the Twitter handle @__Marryaam shared photos of herself in an outfit akin to medical doctors.

Many Nigerians took to her comment section to send her congratulatory messages and well wishes but her beauty was the major attention.


Maymunah Ajetunmobi is a journalist with two years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the University of Ilorin with a Bachelor's Degree in Zoology. Maymunah is an Entertainment Editor because of her passion for writing and media related affairs. She believes in the uniqueness of every individual. Learn more about her on Instagram @munah__a.


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