Endpoint Homeopathic Clinic donated five motorcycles worth GH¢25,000 to the Traditional Medicine Practice Council (TMPC) to facilitate the council’s activities.

Dr. Michael Kobina Ghunney, a representative of the management of the Clinic described the donation as part of the Clinic’s social responsibility commitments.

Dr, Ghunney urged the Council to use motocycles for their intended official purposes of monitoring and regulating activities of quack herbal medicine sellers in the industry. He also charged the council to maintain the bikes properly to ensure the run their full lifespan.

Torgbuiga Yaka IV, Registrar of TMPC received the motorcycles and expressed his gratitude to End Point Homeopathic Clinic for the gesture. He explained that the bikes will support efforts to educate and inform herbal medicine practitioners on the need to register with the Food and Drugs Authority.

Torgbuiga Yaka appealed to the media to help promote traditional herbal medicines in Ghana.

Credits: GNA | Samuel Dodoo