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TITTY LIZZY'S 360 DEGREES WELLNESS STORMS IKEJA AIRPORT

By Alonge Michael

The organisation poised to educate the public or the need to understand one's body system in the area of stress, 360 Degrees Wellness Services is already making a statement at the Muritala Muhammed General Aviation Terminal, Domestic Airport, Ikeja where they give free stress test to all and sundry.
Princess Titty Lizzy Duze-Oladokun whose hubby is a medical expert acquired the stress management training from two citadels in the United Kingdom and ever since her return to the country, the indefatigable woman of essence, former Air Hostess with the Virgin Nigeria is saddled with the responsibility of helping top celebrities to know their stress status.

“It's a welcome ideal owning to the enormous amount of money expended everyday to check on stress and all other health related issues. For 360 to have come up with such an enviable project, it's a good bold step indeed.” One of the female authorities in the airport terminal 2 disclosed. While the entire staff and management are prepared to witness this novel idea, some passengers too who have been informed of the project are said to give it a trial since it's a first of kinds in the country at the moment.

Another top manager who spoke on anonymously said that “I sincerely support this idea. If a lot of Nigerians can emulate what 360 Degrees is doing, the entire nation will be stress free. If you know the number of people that drop-dead everyday over this stress venom, you can not but applaud this move this health/stress management experts are doing.”

While the free stress will be going on for two weeks at the terminal in the domestic airport, one of the renowned pilots and his friend, Alhaji Tayo Oshinaya said it's a welcome idea as society at large stand to benefit immensely from this enviable project.”

According to the CEO, Titty Lizzy-Oladokun, she said the thought of doing something at home cropped up when she stormed Ghana last month with their stress management training and thousands of Ghanaians and Nigerians commended their effort.