The Chief Executive Officer of Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic, Dr. Adu Boateng has presented an amount of GH¢15,000 to the Batsonaa District of the Ghana Police Service in support of the construction of the district’s headquarters.
Dr. Boateng said the money is expressly given to assist the Police Service finish their building project in order to fight crime in the Batsonaa District.
Presenting the cheque to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Felix Kwasi Kosmos, he stated that his outfit was moved when the police administration approached his clinic for assistance for the construction of the facility. Dr. Boateng pledged his continuous support for the police administration, saying he is very impressed by the police’s performance in the Batsonaa District over the years.
“This would neither be the first nor the last we are going to assist Ghana Police Service. Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic will do more to help the police conduct its business of keeping the country safe.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the entire Ghana Police Service – Batsonaa Divison, ACP Felix Kwasi Kosmos expressed thanks to Dr. Adu Boateng and Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic for the kind gesture and swift response to their needs, promising the money would be thoughtfully used for the intended purpose.
“We are very appreciative of the support companies such as Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic provide. This donation is very much appreciated. I believe that this kind of public and business interaction strengthens ties between us and makes the country an even better place to work and live. I, on behalf of the Batsonaa Division of the Ghana Police Service thank you and your clinic for your thoughtfulness and community spirit. ,” said ACP Felix Kwasi Kosmos.
ACP Felix Kwasi Kosmos used the occasion to call on corporate organizations, philanthropists and other institutions to emulate the outstanding example of Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic and Dr. Adu Boateng.
“It is our hope that others will emulate this kind gesture with the goal of augmenting the safety of the people of Ghana,” he stated.
EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic has been a provider of quality healthcare and unparalleled services; promoting and advancing science and homeopathy for the past nine years – winning several awards to its name.
The clinic currently has branches in Takoradi, Kumasi, Accra, and Tema and will soon start operations in other countries.