Pioneer of Cosmetic Surgery in West Africa, Princess Module Ozolua is excited she met His Imperial Majesty, Oba Enitan Adeyëye Ogunwusi Ojaja II, in London recently.
Ozolua, recognised locally and internationally for her exploits in cosmetic surgery and body enhancement had a divine encounter with the respected monarch in London’s Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard, London Bridge, where she presented the objectives and goals of her foundation and expressed her desire to find common areas of collaborations in community health, humanity and promotion of culture.
Her foundation, she said could leverage on the lofty objectives of House of Oduduwa Foundation under the direction of Prince Jide Fadairo, the Chairman of The House of Oduduwa Foundation and impact lives of widows, the poor and the needy in Nigeria by providing them access to soft loans to fund their businesses and provide basic health needs.
“We had a useful discussion with Princess Modupe Ozolua on areas of collaborations for the good of all. She was excited to meet His Imperial Majesty, Oba Adeyëye Ogunwusi and she applauded his cultural renaissance efforts as well his concern for the youths, the poor, especially widows.
“We found her community health project laudable and soonest we will have a clearer understanding of how to effectively run the campaign in communities with the involvement of the civil society in a manner that it will positively impact lives of both the rich and poor.
Prior to the encounter, the House of Oduduwa has been involved in youth enterprise development programmes following a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a United States of America (USA)-based company, SpringPort Technological Group to build a Technology, MediaCity and Agriculture Hub in the ancient town of Ife, Osun State.
Both foundations a platform for enhancing community based health care system.