Nollywood Star, Bose Olubo Unveils Amaxon Clinic

... Dedicating Same To Saving Lives

Top entertainer turned physician, Dr Bose Olubo-Adegeye has opened a clinic , Amazon Nature Home to the public amidst glamour.

The celebration and home dedication held last Thursday, July 27, 2023, included the dedication of tbe edifice which houses the Amazon Clinic and also the celebration of her mum, Evangelist Florence Olubo who clocked 84 on same day.

The Amazon Clinic located at Mowe-Ofada Road attracted scores of people and Mowe residents who came to benefit from the free health consultation and many got answers to their health issues from the health talk bordering on eating habits and the excess consumption of carbonated drinks and the need for rest and constant check of one’s vital signs.

Dr Olubo-Adegeye. was assisted by reputable physicians namely Dr Steve and Dr Jumoke Adesua to sensitize the more than seventy residents who came for the free health consultation. Ojodu LCDA Chairman represented by Hon Shade cut the ribbon to dedicate the Amaxon Nature Clinic to the Glory of God and to the service of humanity.


The highpoints of the day was when the legendary musician and husband of Bose Olubo-Adegeye, Dr Sunday Adegeye came to the event to the admiration and applause of all who were on ground as his music had inspired and entertained them for the larger part of their lives.

Bose Olubo who noted that the Clinic is her way of helping many to solve their health issues and this would service the town of Mowe and beyond.

Having started out in Entertainment sector early as a musician, actor and producer, Bose who is a graduate of Computer Science from the premier institution, Yaba College of Technology and now has a degree in Pharmacognosy. She is presently the Lagos State Welfare Officer for LASTMA Mayor, Married to King Sunny Ade and blessed with children, Bose is passionate about helping people to heal and the less privileged.

She is the founder of Amazon Foundation celebrating 20 years and is aimed at HELPing the less privileged, celebrating ICONS in the society and educating both the young and old about our rich and diverse HISTORY.

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