Former Beat FM OAP, Maria Okan has said she does not wish to go through natural childbirth again.
In a recent Instagram post, Maria shed more light on the pain she went through while giving birth to her daughter.
She revealed that she will not go through that exact process one more time.
Her words, “This ‘natural no pain-relief’ thing is not for me and I won’t be trying that again.”
She, however, added that this is not to say that she is giving up on having more kids but she will use a different and painless process.
Her words, “Epidural and I got a future meeting.”
“Momma, grandmas, and friends how did y’all do it? The hardest thing I’ve done in my life!””
“After 4.5 days of labour and pushing her out without pain relief, it’s finally time to celebrate my baby!!!”
We feel her pain.
She co-hosts The Morning Rush on The Beat 99.9 FM. She previously hosted at Dropout UK, Hayes FM and worked as a production assistant at Global Radio.
Okanrende grew up with her parents and her younger sister in London. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London with a B.A. honours in English Literature.
Okanrende visited Nigeria at least once a year while she lived in London. After spending some time in Lagos, she decided to permanently move to Nigeria after she got a job in Lagos whilst on vacation.
She auditioned for the Beat FM in 2012 and began co-hosting The Morning Rush show.
She made her acting debut on the season 3 of MTV’s Shuga.
She also hosts a weblog, Maria’s Matters!, which airs on her website and YouTube. On the vlog, she’s often seen interviewing celebrities on lifestyle and fashion.