”Someone might discourage you saying there is no Endometriosis in African Women ….. Darling as long as you were born with a uterus and started having your periods.. You’re among 1 out of 10 women to have Endometriosis. The sooner we speak the sooner we set the best path to our daughters . This is a Legacy No Parent wish to leave to their daughters”
This is what Tanzanian supermodel and BET honouree Millen Magese recently shared in a post during her ‘Enough I Speak Out’ Campaign against Endometriosis held in Abuja Nigeria.
Peep what went down below:
You will only understand why I keep pushing if you experience our pain . As tired as I was ,16 hrs flight …. I needed to be here ….. These guys gave me so much strength .my voice is too small so I need more Voices🙈 #SpeakOutWithMe/Us. thank you Abuja for the love . I appreciate you . We walked and run for 3 hrs . Hear Us out and help us to find cure #EnoughISpeakOut #EndoWalkNigeria2016ByNordica #EndometriosisFreeMe #ManyFacesOfEndo
My Lord …. You did this 🙏. This moment right there was speechless . You don't have to understand one's pain just find a way to support . I'm so moved with Abuja 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽None of these amazing pple know what it is … Or have anyone who is sick . They didn't even know me at all . I only told my story and ask if they can help me and many other women to walk and fight for cure with us . And we end up running . Thank you Nigeria . Thank you @nordica_fertility for having me . #EndoWalkNigeria2016ByNordica #EndometriosisAwareness2016 #FightForCure #EnoughISpeakOut #ManyFacesOfEndo .Lagos see you on the 5th March #EnoughISpeakOut
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