Wrong Agya Appiah?

Last Updated 2/5/2010

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President  - Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association

President  - Ghana Federation of Traditional Medical Practitioners

President  - GHAFTRAM

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(12) "The responsibility of the Government of Ghana to provide funding and resources to educate and empower Traditional Medicine Practitioners - key partners in the provision of primary healthcare in the country" by Mr. Agya Kwaku Appiah, President, Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners' Association.

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Agya Appiah, President of Ghana Federation of Traditional Medical Practitioners, expressed regret that the country "is sitting on numerous medical research findings that have not been turned into mass produce".He urged that the Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine at Mampong-Akwapim in the Eastern Region be encouraged and developed to engage in large-scale traditional medicine production through partnership with the private sector.

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Agya Appiah, President of the Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (GHAFTRAM), at the weekend donated 1,000 Ghana Cedis to the Ga Traditional Council as his contribution to the celebration of this year's Ga Homowo Festival.The President of the GHAFTRAM, who is also the Managing Proprietor of Agya Appiah Bitters, a popular herbal medicinal preparation, said the gesture was to show appreciation for the acceptance of the product by the people and to lend his support to the traditional council during this year's Homowo.He congratulated King Tackie Tawiah III, the Ga Mantse, on his enstoolment and wished the Ga state a joyous Homowo.Agya Appiah who also donated a quantity of his products to the Ga Mantse, expressed the hope that other practitioners within the association would emulate the gesture. The Ga Manste who received the amount on behalf of the Traditional Council expressed appreciation for the gesture and called on other individuals to emulate Agya Appiah.He urged traditional medical practitioners, who according to him formed part of chieftaincy, to work harder to find cure to strange diseases to complement orthodox medicine.

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