Respect dosage of medicines —Ghanaians advised

 

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Greenfield Scientific Herbal Clinic, Dr Bright Okoh Stephen, has attributed a weak and inactive workforce to gross disregard for medicinal dosage.

According to him, the disregard for dosages on medicines was inimical to the wellbeing of an active workforce.

Addressing a press conference in Accra recently, Dr Okoh Stephen announced that he recently received a global award in Dubai as the Best Herbal Medicine Producer and Clinic at the World Changers Summit 2018.

This, according to him, justified his hard work, dedication and uniqueness of performance in the line of his duties.

He added that his outfit was awarded an academic certificate by two universities including the Charisma University, which is accredited by the British Accreditation Board (BAC), and the American International Theological University, which has also been authorised by the State of Florida to award Associate Bachelor, Master and Doctorate Degrees.

He further stated that the BAC was a recognised global institution by the European Association for Quality Assurance in higher education as a degree qualified institution for offering doctorates and master certificates.

He indicated that Greenfield Scientific Herbal Clinic which was established in 2009 as a herbal retailing shop trading in both local and foreign medicines with their main herbal preparation, Agenkwa Natural capsule, has grown to become a fully–fledged clinic.

Doctor Okoh stressed that the year 2006 would forever be remembered as the year where Greenfield Scientific saw an upgrade into an ultra-modern herbal facility with well-equipped laboratory, especially in regeneration of bones as well as fertility challenges.

 

Story: Prosper A. KWAKU SALASSY

 

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