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Miscarriage Is Never The Woman’s Fault – Betty Irabor

Betty Irabor

Betty Irabor

Popular publisher, Betty Irabor has jumped on social media to recount her experience of suffering a miscarriage.

She recently revealed this to reach out to ladies who have suffered a miscarriage at one point or the other.

According to Betty, her personal experience was very nasty, but ladies should always try as much as possible to do away with any guilt.

She added that it is never the woman’s fault, so our women must earn to heal quickly when such a tragedy happens.

Her words, “I have had a miscarriage & a near miscarriage & the experience is bloody nasty. U blame ursef 4 what u cld or shld have done differently. D guilt consumes u. Truth is, It’s not ur fault. U didn’t bring it upon urself. Try & set urself free from d guilt so u can begin to heal.”

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Betty Irabor is a Nigerian columnist, philanthropist, writer, publisher and founder of Genevieve magazine. She previously had a column at Black & Beauty magazine UK. She also has a foundation that promotes breast cancer awareness, early detection and treatment.

Betty Irabor is one of Nigeria’s seasoned writers and publishers. Irabor studied English in university and then ventured into publishing. She worked as a journalist at Concord Newspapers, freelancing jobs at the Vanguard, The Guardian, Thisday and Black&Beauty magazine in the UK and others abroad[citation needed]. In 2005, the media entrepreneur and author launched the Genevieve Foundation which holds an annual Pink Ball as a fund raiser for cancer victims.

She later ventured into the telecommunications business and gave it all up to start Genevieve Magazine in 2003 which can be recorded as a huge success and one of the most read lifestyle, fashion and beauty magazines in Nigeria. Irabor is the Editor-In-Chief and Chief Executive Officer of Genevieve magazine.

She is also a philanthropist, public speaker and champion for breast cancer awareness with her nonprofit known as Genevieve PinkBall Foundation. Prior to establishing Genevieve Magazine in 2003, she had previously worked as a freelance writer for ThisDay and Vanguard newspapers and contributed a few columns for Black & Beauty magazine UK.

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