Award-winning plant medicine specialist (Pharmacognosist) and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of renowned Medi-Moses Herbal Clinic and Prostate Centre, Dr De- Gaulle Moses Dogbatsey, has been named among the '100 Most Prominent and Influential People in Ghana' for his outstanding contributions towards the health and wellness sector at the 2023 Business Executive Awards held at the Marriott Hotel in Accra.

The recognition signifies his stunning qualities and exceptional dedication to serving customers by providing authentic herbal products and services to all, and also for being a highly respected company advocating for best business practices in the sector.

Among the hundred (100) dignitaries honoured were the Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin, and the Director-General of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Professor Amin Alhassan, former Minister of State, Hon. Hackman Owusu Agyeman, former Chief Executive Officer of Metropolitan Television (Metro TV) in Ghana, Talal Fattal, CEO of EIB Network, Nat Kwabena Anokye-Adisi, popularly known as Bola Ray, Labour consultant Austin Gamey and other notable personalities.

The 100 Most Influential People Award (MIPA) is organised by the Executive Business Awards, an Accra-based Pan-African events management and media organization. It seeks to recognise the top 100 Ghanaian entrepreneurs with exemplary achievements and contributions to the country over a considerable period.

The awardees were chosen through a multi-stage selection process which involved nominations, the findings of research consultants, and ultimately approved by the Awards Selection Jury comprising 12 experts on socioeconomic, political, corporate, cultural, and diplomatic matters in Ghana.

Dr De-Gaulle Moses Dogbatsey was presented with a plaque and a citation that read, “Your influence on the growth and development of Ghana as a nation, and on the socioeconomic evolution of the people of its various communities, has greatly improved the quality of life and their standing in the emergent global village. Not only have you served as a role model, but you have also created the opportunity for millions of Ghanaians to become the best they can be", it stated.

Dr Moses Dogbatsey said the recognition is a testament to his team's hard work over the past 30 years. He dedicated the award to his cherished wife, Mrs Juliana Dogbatsey who he said has been supportive to the course. He also thanked his cherished staff and customers for their unflinching support always.

"As we celebrate our 30 years of great service, I dedicate this to my cherished wife, staff and customers for their unflinching support always."

According to him, the company will continue to work hard to achieve its vision of becoming the best herbal and prostate centre in Africa.

"I am extremely excited for such a wonderful milestone. We started from a humble beginning but now we are overwhelmed with this great achievement. I know there is more to come our way", he noted.

The awards scheme is financed by a combination of corporate and institutional sponsors and the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) was the official media partner. The Business Executive Group produces the Business Executive Magazine, a leading specialised publication covering the economy, business, finance, investment, diplomacy, tourism and socioeconomic development issues in Ghana and the rest of Africa.

Notably, in Ghana, the award schemes include the flagship Ghana Industry Chief Executive Officers Awards, dubbed “Ghana’s Most Respected CEOs”, “Ghana Development Awards,” Feminine Ghana Achievement Awards,” Business Executive Excellence Awards,” Ghana Philanthropy Awards, and “Environment, Health and Safety Awards.

About Medi-Moses Herbal Clinic and Prostate Centre

Medi-Moses Clinic and Herbal Centre has in the last 30 years been performing wonders which has not only made a significant impact in the medical circles but has overwhelmed the global medical community with its discovery of a cure that deals with Benign Prostate (BPH).

Over the years, Medi-Moses has transformed and upgraded itself to suit our environment and the needs of its cherished customers and stakeholders as a whole. The medical centre which started from a very humble beginning has innovated in many phases of health provision from just the production and sale of quality herbal medications in 1993 to being a world leader in men’s health in 2023.

Medi-Moses started as a one-man business with Dr Moses Amuzu Dogbatsey of blessed memory hawking his products at lorry stations, door-to-door delivery as well as street sales. He later secured an office and sales point at the Ghana International Trade Fair site modelling it into a small clinic with just two employees.

In 2013, after the baton was handed over to his son, a trained medical doctor as well as a pharmacologist, Dr Moses Degaulle Dogbtatsey, Medi-Moses was given the much-needed impetus to become one of the biggest clinics in the sub-region boasting of modern technological equipment for medical purposes.

Dr Dogbatsey is a trained medical doctor from the School of Medical Sciences of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), in Kumasi.

He started working under the tutelage of his father, who owned the Medi -Moses Clinic and Herbal Centre, in 1993, while he was still a student of KNUST. Dr Dogbatsey came up with a specially formulated 100 per cent food supplement called PROSTACURE HERBAL TEA, used for improving urinary flow in men with BPH.

The prospective study carried out in 7,000 patients between 40 and 70 years with varying degrees of enlarged prostate gland over four years showed complete improvement in their BPH symptoms within two to eight weeks.

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