End Point Homeopathic Clinic, founded in Ghana by Dr. Kofi Adu Boateng which largely relies on homeopathic approach to treat illness and pay special attention to the role of nature as a healer, as noted in 5th Century BC by the father of medicine-Hippocrates, has for many years provided effective and affordable healthcare to Ghanaians.
For this excellence, the WEST AFRICA International magazine has unanimously nominated End Point Homeopathic Clinic as the recipient of this year’s West Africa International Governance And Leadership (WAIGL) Award, as the Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa.
Speaking to GhanaCelebrities.Com about the soon to pick-up honour, Dr. Adu Boateng said: “it feels great to have your good work acknowledged beyond the appreciation of your patients and their families.”
He added: “it has been about 8 years of service to Ghanaians and we are thankful to the organisers for having paid attention to the important space we occupy in the general healthcare sector.”
The award is presented to a few West Africans or companies who have shown distinctiveness in the performance of their business. And the giant phenomenal strides and impressive achievements of End Point Homeopathic Clinic have won the clinic this honour.
The 7th edition of The West Africa International Governance and Leadership Conference/ Award ceremony is slated for Thursday 29th September 2016 at the Chartered Institute of Bankers, near Trinity Theological Seminary, East Legon by 7pm under the distinguished Chairmanship of Prof. Joshua Alabi, Vice Chancellor, University of Professional Studies Accra, Ghana.
The occasion will also have the Chairman of Ghana’s National Commission for Civic Education, NCCE, Mr. Samuel Akuamoah as the Guest of Honour.