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Dr. Nyarkotey gets fully funded African Young Leaders Fellowship, Mini-MBA at Accra Business School

The Accra Business School has Awarded Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu, multiple Award Winning Holistic Medical Practitioner and Entrepreneur a fully funded African Young Leaders Fellowship Programme (AYLFP) & Mini-MBA Program at Accra Business School. The Program is scheduled for Monday, 13th August, 2018 – Friday, 24th August, 2018, from 8am -5pm. The admission letter was signed by Bishop Gideon Yoofi …

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SAD NEWS: Dr. Nyarkotey Obu loses 66-Year Old father

  Ghanaian Prostate Cancer Specialist, Dr. Paphael Nyarkotey Obu has lost his 66-year old father on the night of June 9, 2018. The multiple award-winning health professional confirmed the sad news to Fnnewsonline.com with full details about the incident he described as very unfortunate and big blow to him. According to him, his father, Micheal Nyarkotey Obu has passed on …

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NyarkoteyObu joins Finalists for 2018 SHP International Rising Star Award

  Dr. Raphael NyarkoteyObu, a renowned prostate cancer researcher and Holistic Medical Practitioner, science writer and advocate has been shortlisted to pick the prestigious 2018 Safety and Health Practitioner International Rising Star Award. He has been a lonely voice in the fight against prostate cancer in Ghana and West Africa. NyarkoteyObu is the only professional in Africa to make the …

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Invitation to Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine First Public Lecture on Alternative Medicine

Ghanaians love alternative medicine, and they are paying a high price for that devotion. From regular visits to acupuncturists, chiropractors and naturopaths to the daily ingesting of homeopathic remedies, Chinese herbs, and megavitamins, the use of alternative therapies have become a $34 billion-a-year business. 80% percent of Ghanaians use some form of alternative medicine. In the upcoming lecture, Alternative Medicine:  …

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Traditional Medicine Practice Council Delegation from Ministry of Health visits Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine

The statutory regulating body for traditional and Alternative Medicine in Ghana; The Traditional Medicine Practice Council (TMPC) of the Ministry of Health has finally paid a working visit to the Dr. Nyarkotey College Of Holistic Medicine at Tema, Community 7 and Ashaiman campus respectively as part of the final stage of the college accreditation. The visit was to study the …

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Dr. Nyarkotey invited as Organizing Committee Member : Medicinal Practices 2018 in Malaysia.

“We would like to solicit your presence as Organizing Committee Member (OCM) for the upcoming 5th International Conference on Medicinal Practices: Herbal, Holistic and Traditional which is going to be held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during July 25-26, 2018 having the theme "Innovations and Challenges in Medicinal Practices" . Coming across your research work which relates with our event topic …

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Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei Inspired Me To Own A Medical School – Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey

In a meeting yesterday Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey, the Founder and President of Dr. Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine located in Community 7 Tema revealed to us how Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei through his Citi FM broadcast inspired him to become an owner of a private medical school in Ghana. According to Dr. Nyarkotey, Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei once recounted how he purposed …

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Rejected by his People; accepted by the World – The story of the internationally recognized Multiple Awards Winning Dr. Nyarkotey

This interview was taken from http://saviouragobah.com. Titled: Raphael Nyarkotey Obu – Multiple Awards Winning Holistic Doctor which first appeared on their website. Congratulations sir Kindly help us share your rich experiences with our audiences on how you overcame the fear of the unknown in your chosen career/path. TFOTU : Tell us your name and what you are doing currently Doctor: …

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Diabetes in Ghana: Orthodox Medicine Losing the War 1

By Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Growing up in a small village called Suhum-Amanhia; I saw how diabetes afflicted and tormented my grandmother to the point of death. It was a pathetic story! Diabetes in Ghana. In 2015, according to the Graphic Online, about 2.5 million Ghanaians are said to be living with diabetes, with 73 percent of them unaware or undiagnosed. …

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At age 32; Who is Dr. Nyarkotey Obu?

Dr. Raphael Obu Nyarkotey’s CV, profile and other details for you to get to know him very well. Click on his name below to get the pdf file. RaphaelObu [ads1

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