From Samuel Mensah Torbizo, Kumasi
A well equipped ultra modern health facility, Rhodicare Herbal and Eye Clinic at the Airport Roundabout in Kumasi, has been inaugurated.
The health outfit, is aimed at using certified herbal extractions as an alternative means to diagnose all sort of chronic ailments and eye problems.
The newly inaugurated health centre, apart from diagnosing diseases through the traditional clinical services, also has a gym equipped for physiotherapy treatment.
The Chief executive Officer (CEO) of the clinic, Prophetess Rhode Serwaa Anhwire, speaking to this reporter after the inauguration, explained that the prime motive behind the Rhodicare and Eye Clinic, was to provide a unique platform for people with all types of diseases to access quality health care delivery services at affordable cost.
“Considering how people are suffering from some chronic ailments, we have decided to open the clinic in order to give them opportunity to seek remedies to their cases,” she said.
She stressed, “We have come out purposely to work hard and meet the health needs of the people in particular, the under privileged ones to create a healthy working force for the society”.
She revealed that as a result of adhering to regulations governing the administering of herbal products, the Foods and Drugs Authority (FDA) has certified three of her herbal preparations. Prophetess Anhwire who is also the founder of the Peace and Love Church entreated Ghanaians to discard attitudes that can draw back the development of the country.
She was convinced that 2016, has a lot of good things for the country, but for these to be fulfilled; the citizens must remain united and commit themselves to serving the nation diligently, without allowing their personal interest to override that of the county.
She noted that, Ghana can realize her development goals when the people avoid petty squabbles and divisive tendency and seek God’s face through constant prayers.
She appealed to individuals to venture into job creation, so as to make employment opportunities available for the youth.