Just In: KNUST Professor working on herbal COVID - 19 treatment dies
By ElohaiBusiness | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 4 views
Reports reaching us indicates that the learned Professor who encouraged the use of traditional medicines in Ghana is teportedlyto have died of COVID - 19 complications.
Sir Geoge who had captained the thorough charge for the Kwame Nkurumah University of Science and Technology to support government efforts in research and accreditation of some of the popular alternative herbal medicines we have on our shelves today.
With his passing today, Ghana has indeed lost a great son. He will be sore be missed by the pharmaceutical frateniy.T
The professor was part of a team of medical expects examining a powerful herbal drug for treatment of COVID - 19 in Ghana
"Please let us keep him in our prayers" a colleague Professor wrote on his Facebook page.
With a his good works as a lecture in the Kwame Nkurumah University of Science and Technology and a researcher of herbal medicines, we say Rest InPeace.
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