The Board and Trustees of the West African Nobles Forum have unanimously nominated Dr Adu Boateng of EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic to receive this year’s prestigious Noble award at the 25th West African Noble Conference Forum/Awards, scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 11, at the Chartered Institute of Bankers Conference Hall in East Legon, Accra.
Dr Adu Boateng’s nomination comes as a result of his immense contribution to the growth of Homeopathic medicine in West Africa–and also for his noble virtues.
The annual Noble Award is given to a selected few whose excellence, contribution and selflessness in their chosen fields have earned them enviable reputation beyond their countries.
The German humanistic Philosopher and social Psychologist-Erich Fromm captured the true essence of giving to others when he said: “Giving is the highest expression of potency. In the very act of giving, I experience my strength, my wealth, my power. This experience of heightened vitality and potency fills me with joy. I experience myself as overflowing, spending, alive, hence as joyous. Giving is more joyous than receiving, not because it is a deprivation, but because in the act of giving lies the expression of my aliveness.” Dr. Adu Boateng, CEO of EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic with branches in Accra, Tema and Kumasi is on a daily unending mission to help humanity, by providing affordable and sometimes even free healthcare to those in need—when he can easily forget humanity and amass as much wealth as possible. Beyond the services of EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic, Dr. Boateng is a donor to many Ghanaian charitable organisations and also operates an in-house charitable initiative of reaching out to the poor which has seen him erect several buildings for the needy across the country, with one his recent being for the “Eye of the Lord Orphanage” at Nsawam. Just like most ‘big’ men in Ghana, Dr. Boateng started his education in Ghana—and furthered it in India and Germany.