Few days after going viral and reportedly getting more customers, Omoshola Special Package has now gone ahead to start live counseling and product promotions.
In a live Instagram chat she held earlier this night, she claimed that her Special Package works almost immediately. She also claimed her Special Package cannot work on two people at the same time. She also gave some interestingly-shocking advice to her audience. She advised her customers not to use protection (condoms) when using one of her products that manipulate a man to keep wanting the woman.
Omshola Special Package She also used the platform to insult men who joined the live show to insult her. She called such men broke men with ‘broke sperm’. She also advised all the ladies whose boyfriends attack her or her business should break up with such men as they are ‘broke men’ While some of her statements are outrightly graphic, some are offensive targeting people who criticized her and her business model of selling such unregistered, sensitive products
However, her audacity and confidence could be disturbing for many people who are oblivious to the large followership and influence she is gathering.
There is no proof that her products work and or safe for consumption or external use. While she does not state explicitly what was used to prepare the charms, there are concerns that such products could be harmful to the users.
The National Food and Drugs Administration & Control, NAFDAC, has not commented on this matter. While the agency does not ban traditional therapy and medicine, such products are required to be registered by the agency.
Omoshola special package whose real name is Deborah Erioluwapo Ajayi, with the Instagram username @omosholas_place, sells love charms online via her Instagram page.
She claimed that the box called a special package, consists of products specially made based on a client’s request. With very explicit names, her products are categorized as aphrodisiacs, love charms and spiritual products.
In her claims, she bragged that her products which her fortified with ‘white rituals’ and prayers are potent enough to help her client get any man they wish to have so far as they can afford it. With N350,000 budget, she claimed that her products can help any lady get any man of their dreams to shower them with money, gifts and favour.
Some of her products are tagged adult and explicit names such as pussy fire, curse breaker, vagina upgrade” and by popular demand ‘special package’, a charm that helps her target specific men for her clients. According to her, the special package cannot be used for two different men.
However, the controversy generated by her business has led to many insinuations that she could be taking advantage of many of her customers online to sell things that are not only strangely too expensive but ordinary scam.
For instance, a Twitter user claimed that Omoshola who is evidently pregnant was abandoned by her boyfriend, who is allegedly into Internet fraud. This begs the question if Omoshola and her special package charms are not ordinary scams that target many vulnerable and desperate ladies and victims online. Her critics asked that if her charms could not prevent her boyfriend from abandoning her, who can it work for?
Omoshola has not also replied to her critics directly and those who claimed she is a fraud.