John Quaye Wiafe Akenteng gets Honorary Doctorate Degree

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John Quaye Wiafe Akenteng gets Honorary Doctorate Degree
John Quaye Wiafe Akenteng gets Honorary Doctorate Degree

Renowned herbal practitioner and founder of Natural Way Herbal Clinic in Ghana, Mr John Quaye Danyansah Wiafe Akenteng has been decorated with an Honorary Doctorate Degree by George Fox University.

Mr Wiafe Akenteng was decorated with the honour in a ceremony held at his Clinic in Santa Maria, Accra.

He was recommended for the award by Rectitude International Mission (RIM) and World Diplomatic Federation (WODIF) to the governing Council at George Fox University in Newberg, OR, USA.

He received a citation signed by Professor Tyler Cuddeford, PT, PhD, Associate Dean, George Fox University, College of Physical Therapy with the inscription, "Upon recommendation and by the authority of the Associate Dean, the Honorary Degree of Doctor of medicine. (Herbal) and health administration Honoris Causa is hereby conferred upon Mr John Quaye Danyansah Wiafe Akenteng with all the rights, privileges, and obligations thereto appertaining.” He was also decorated with a silver-plated medal".

The Chief Executive Chancellor, WODIF, His Meritorious Eminence Dr (Rev) Christian Kwetey Kweitsu said “ We identify groups and individuals who are impacting lives. We want to say you are doing well, keep it up.

“Dr Wiafe Akenteng’s operations has been scientifically certified and approved by Food and Drugs Authority and Standard Authority over the years.”

He added “The potency of his medical formulation makes him outstanding in Ghana and beyond. Dr Wiafe has remained as an herbal science Educationist on radio and TV for the past 10 years, and we at Rectitude International Mission (RIM) and World Diplomatic Federation (WODIF) commend you and your hardworking staff.”

Professor Tyler Cuddeford, PT, PhD, Associate Dean, George Fox University, College of Physical Therapy said “We are honoring a man who has supported this community and beyond a great deal.”

And responding to the great honour, Mr Wiafe Akenteng stated: “I am honestly grateful for the recognition. I have faced a lot of challenges, but I must say it has toughened me. I promise to get better to get more recognition.”