Fatou Sey is the owner of the Femcare Gambia, an online store that sells sexual wellness products. She's becoming increasingly popular on TikTok for helping young women to fake virginity.
She recently shared a screenshot of a text message from a client, who "successfully" regained her virginity before the arrival of her semester husband.
In the message, which was posted on TikTok, the client wrote: "I just want to say a big thank you to you and your husband for protecting me from shame. I am so grateful. Thank you so much."
She continued: "It was a success. My husband and family, everyone was happy and he gave me £1000 and a brand new iPhone 15 Pro Max. Awma sa fey. Abaraka."
According to Fatou, she is the only person in The Gambia who can make a girl regain her virginity.
She told her 190,000 TikTok followers: "I will sell virginity pills till I retire. I will never show anyone who is not buying how the pills look like. Or even explain how it is used. And don't listen to other people! This generation only I can make you a virgin."
The virginity pills contain a mysterious blood powder that imitates human blood. All the girl has to do is insert one of these pills in the vagina a couple of hours before the planned intercourse with her new husband to fake virginity.