How Milnapath is providing solutions to ill-health, poverty – CEO

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By Philip Yatai

The Millennium Natures Path International (Milnapath), an alternative medicine company says it is using herbal medicine to provide solutions to the problems of ill-health and poverty in Nigeria and beyond.

Dr Naomi Bassey, Milnapath’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), stated this during the company’s one-year anniversary and car awards in Abuja on Saturday.

The anniversary had the theme, “Celebrating One Year of Impact Beyond Borders.”

Bassey explained that Milnapath, an indigenous company, specialised in the production and marketing of highly organic and potent herbal products.

“We are poised to provide solutions to the twin problems of ill-health and poverty that have become the bane of socio-economic development in Nigeria and Africa.

“Climatic and environmental changes have given rise to strange ailments that science and technology are yet to provide solutions to. This is where alternative medicine comes in.

“The increasing rate of avoidable deaths in the society caused by poor medical facilities and treatment, as well as wrong diagnosis amongst other factors, got me thinking of ways of arresting the trend,” she said.

The CEO said that the search for solutions in alternative medicine took her to the College of Natural Medicine, Ibadan, for a Professional Doctorate degree in natural medicine.

She said that after her studies and extensive research in herbal medicine, Milnapath was born on April 29, 2023, in Yenagoa, Bayelsa.

Bassey said that the company was certified by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.

“My drive is to see how we can use the natural things given to us by God – the grasses in the bushes, the roots, bark of trees and some spices to bless humanity and to treat protracted and degenerating ailments.

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“God has blessed us with nature, and nature is 100 per cent able to reverse those protracted ailments.

“Milnapath has, therefore, come to help us know that it is possible to treat all stubborn ailments with the natural things in the bush,” she said.

Bassey added that Milnapath was producing a line of effective products for various challenging health conditions, using a direct selling approach.

She said that the products were 100 per cent plant-based with no chemicals and therefore, no negative side effects.

Different brands of vehicles given out as awards to the best performing distributors and partners of Millennium Natures Path International, during the company’s one year anniversary in Abuja.

On job creation and poverty reduction, Bassey said that the company currently had about 23,000 distributors and partners in Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Benin Republic, Cameroon, U.S.A, UK and Canada.

She added that the partners earn a lot of money from marketing and distributing the products, “which is transforming their lives”.

According to her, through the products, the company is empowering global health and prosperity through direct sales, an innovative multi-level marketing approach.

The CEO noted that the direct selling marketing approach offered accessible products and fair partner rewards, through an exceptional compensation plan, thereby creating employment and addressing poverty.

Bassey said: “this is ensuring that the products are not just available at the doorsteps of our people, but also that our partners and distributors are adequately compensated for their contributions and efforts.

“It’s a referral business. You buy, we pay you. You bring people to buy, we pay you.

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“Milnapath is committed to not only improving peoples’ wellbeing but also uplifting communities by tackling poverty.”

The Chairman of the occasion, Dr Bassey Ayambem, described the contribution of Milnapath to the field of medicine as phenomenal, by combining science with nature.

“Today, the company is promoting healthcare and financially empowering people with money in their pockets” Ayambem said.

During the event, 10 distributors and partners of the company were rewarded with cars for their contributions to the company’s growth.

One of the car awardees, Dr Patience Uche, a medical doctor at Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, said she had earned about N60 million from marketing Milnapath products in just a year.

Uche, who went home with three cars, added that she equally used the products to treat her patients. (NAN)

Edited by Christiana Fadare

Philip Daniel Yatai

Principal Correspondent, NAN Abuja

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