The Board and Trustees of the West African Nobles Forum have unanimously nominated CEO Of Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic (Ghana), Dr. Adu Boateng 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.
Dr. Kofi Fynn, the Chancellor of Wisconsin International University College is the current President of the Nobles Forum–and Dr. Joyce Aryee, Executive Director of Salt and Light Ministries are the Forum’s patrons.
Past prominent Ghanaians who have received the Noble Award are; Rev. Dr. Yaw Frimpong Manso, the former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, Dr Theresa Oppong-Beeko, CEO of Manet Group, Noble Dr. Beatrice Wiafe Addai, of Breast Cancer International, Noble Isaac Owusu-Hemeng, former CEO of Trust Bank, among others.
Dr. Adu Boateng, the next recipient of the Noble Award is the Founder and CEO of EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic, Ghana’s leading homeopathic healthcare provider, which currently operates branches in Accra, Tema, Takoradi and Kumasi.
EndPoint Homeopathic Clinic has been a provider of quality healthcare and unparalleled services in Ghana; promoting and advancing the science of homeopathy for the past seven years–and last year, the clinic received several prestigious awards, including having been adjudged the Most Result-Oriented Homeopathic Clinic in West Africa and winning the Outstanding Homeopathy Hospital of the Year-2016 awards.