COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited (COA RMCL), producers of COA Mixture, donated GHS600,000 to the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, in support of the reconstruction of the Manhyia Palace Museum and other developmental initiatives of the Asantehene. The museum is being renovated and upgraded to bring it up to the standards of modern digitalisation. Founder and CEO of COA Mixture Prof. Samuel Ato Duncan made the donation during the Akwasidaekese celebration at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi.
Prof. Samuel Ato Duncan remarked that COA RMCL was committed to contribute to the development the region that accepts the company’s product. Prof. Duncan reported that recent observational studies gave an indication that the COA Mixture had the potential to influence positive health outcomes for many people. He hoped that independent researchers would come out and work in partnership with COA RMCL to undertake further research into the efficacy of COA Mixture.
COA mixture is a herbal medicinal product for general wellbeing and is applied to support the treatment of diseases and infections. The product is registered by the Food and Drugs Authority of Ghana as an organic medicine, which bioenergizes, rejuvenates and harmonizes immunological cells.
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