The Management of the End Point Homeopathic Clinic, has donated five motorcycles worth GHc25,000 to the Traditional Medicine Practice Council (TMPC) to facilitate their activities.

Dr Michael Kobina Ghunney, a representative of the Management of the Clinic, who made the presentation of the items told the Ghana News Agency that it formed part of their corporate social responsibility and urged the Council to use the bikes to monitor and regulate the activities of quack herbal medicine sellers in the industry and to maintain them to prolong their life-span.

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Torgbuiga Yaka IV, the Registrar of the Council, who received the motorcycles expressed gratitude to the Clinic for the gesture and gave the assurance that the items would be used to carry out education among herbal medicine practitioners on the need to register with the Food and Drugs Authority.

He asked unregistered herbal medicine sellers to do so to avoid embarrassment from the law enforcement agencies and to raise the image of traditional medicine in the country.

Torgbuiga Yaka appealed to the media to help to promote herbal medicines among the citizenry.

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