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Traditional medicine will be mainstream medicine on earth

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Traditional medicine will be mainstream medicine on earth

A Buea based traditional practitioner has posited that traditional medicine will in no distance time from now become the mainstream medicine in earth.

Dr. Richard Fru made the observation recently while delivery a Health Talk to the kids of the Rhema Grace Orphanage in Ombe, Tiko Sub division in the South West Region of Cameroon.

The event was one of the philanthropic visits of Dr. Fru’s Garden of Eden international Healing and research Foundation to the less privileged as part of the annual tradition of the Foundation to celebrate and share the new year .   The   visit by Dr. Fru and staff of the Garden of

Eden International   Healing and Research

. Foundation to the Rhema Grace Orphanage culminated in the donation of some   20 bags of Rice, 80 liters of palm oil and 200 sachets of the Healing Tea (Nescanda) to kids of the orphanage.

Dr. Fru said his institution has been doing a lot   to reduce ignorance on traditional medicine and drag people back to it considering its importance, which, he stressed, is even stated in the Holy Bible, quoting Ezekiel 47: 12.

The traditional practitioner made it crystal clear that his gesture is in no way politically motivated   but rather respecting God’s call. He also rejected claims in some quarters that his activities are being funded, adding that for 15 years of the existence of the Garden of Eden; nobody had ever financed its activities.     On his part, the representative of the Director of the Rhema Grace Orphanage, Alian Ntoko who is all Overseer Manager, expressed delight to the August visitors whom he said did not only come with gifts but also came with love.

He told reporters that the intention is to train the children and bring them up morally, spiritually and educationally so that the kids responsible citizens and consequently reduce child delinquency, and alleviate the plight of the children. “It is our own way of building the nation”,   Ntoko added.   He however highlighted some of the difficult-.

ties faced by the orphanage which ranges from   feeding,   insufficient   infrastructure and cost of running a generator due to the absence of the Electricity Company in the area, medical bills amongst others.

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