"God kept me alive for a reason", Nigerian lady who survived failed plastic surgery says

A popular Nigerian Twitter user @Omohtee12 who almost lost her life after a failed plastic surgery, has taken to the micro-blogging platform to show gratitude to God for sparing her life.

Omohtee had called out a popular plastic surgeon in Lagos, Dr. Anu Fella of Med Contour, when she began to experience excruciating pains in her waists after her surgery.

In a video she shared online some weeks back, she preached body positivity and also urged women who insist on undergoing plastic surgery to avoid Med Contour.

Dr Anu Fella however defended herself by stating that her offence is that Omohtee's waist is too tiny. She also disclosed that she is leaving "Omohtee's action to God".

A post shared on Med Contour's Instagram page read;

"So apparently my offense is that her waist is too tiny .
At the expense of another persons name and profession some people just want their posts to trend…this is really sad.
I leave this lady to God..let Gods will be done"

The outburst eventually led to the closure of Med Contour by the Federal Competition & Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC), which initiated an investigation against the facility after it received petitions against Dr Anu Fella.

Omohtee has however taken to same platform to express her joy after she survived the incident.

She wrote:

"I toiled a path where so many people didn't get the chance to tell their story but God's grace kept me! God kept me alive for a reason & I will forever be grateful for this phase. It changed me.

God gave me another chance to rewrite my wrongs & be a better person over all. Red heart. "

See tweet below;

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