Popular Lagos herbal expert, Quincy Ayodele and husband welcome another grandchild

Quincy Ayodele is the latest grandma in town. The popular Lagos herbal expert is in high spirits as her family celebrates the arrival of her fourth grandchild. Quincy Ayodele took to Instagram to share the good news with her fans.

One of their children gave birth at the Mercy Medical Centre in the US. The baby has been named Ava Oluwasemilore Abdul. The picture she shared on Instagram was adorable. Her husband was carrying the baby while she supported him while looking lovingly at her grandchild.

She wrote: ” Appreciate God with men. My King and I receiving our latest grandchild. Ava Oluwasemilore Abdul. My God is a God of completion. He is able to perfect all. A perfect gift. Thank you Jesus. Grandparents. Grandchildren are the best.”

Quincy Ayodele and Husband carrying their grandchild

Quincy Ayodele, popularly known as Quincy, is a Nigerian herbal medicine practitioner, entrepreneur, herbal slimming and skin care expert and the Chief Executive Officer of Quincy Herbals, a Nigerian leading herbal healthcare center based in Lagos.

Quincy Ayodele is a World Health Organisation expert committee member on the development of African traditional medicine and practices. She is an advocate for the integration of African traditional medicine into the healthcare system.

Quincy is the founder of the Herbal Slimmers and Weight Loss Association of Nigeria and pioneer Secretary General of the National Association of Nigerian Traditional Medicine Practitioners (NANTMP).

She established a not-for-profit organization, Self-Employed Women Association of Nigeria (SEWAN), which focuses on women’s entrepreneurship. Prior to establishing Quincy Herbals, she was a secretary at Societe Generale Bank Nigeria Limited where she later became the personal assistant to the managing director of the bank.

She was born in Abeokuta, Ogun State, into the family of the late Chief Amos Oluwole Sodimu. She lived with her grandmother, Mabel Osunmi Sodimu in Olorunsogo village after her parents moved to United Kingdom from whom she learned herbal medicine.

Quincy attended African Church Primary School in Yambi Village and Comprehensive High School, Ayetoro also in Ogun state before she attendedĀ  Ogun State Polytechnic for a diploma but left the institution before the final examination to attend Pitman’s Central College, London, where she obtained a higher diploma in secretarial administration.




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