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Breaking NEWS – KNUST Lecturer dies of Covid 19

KNUST Lecturer dies of Covid 19

The death of Prof George Kuffour, Head of the Pharmacy Department, Kwame Nkrumah University and Science and Technology(KNUST), Kumasi was reported on 6th February GMT. The cause of death learned professor is reported to have died of Covid-19 complications.

“George had led the charge thorough the KNUST to support government efforts in research and accreditation of some of the popular alternative herbal medications we have on our shelves today. With his passing today Ghana has indeed lost a great son and He will be sorely missed by the pharmaceutical fraternity here in Ghana. Please let us keep him and his family in our prayers,” a colleague and associate professor stated on his Facebook page.

Prof George, was a passionate activist of the use of herbal medication to augment conventional medication in the treatment of several diseases in Ghana now. He was indeed a very important asset to the Kwame Nkrumah University of science and technology, and the country as well.

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Prof George, KNUST Lecturer dies had led the charge thorough the KNUST to support government efforts in research and accreditation of some of the popular alternative herbal medications we have on our selves today.

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