Kumasi Mourns the Passing of Healing Pioneer, Dr. Grace Boadu, Founder of Grace Gift Herbal Clinic, as She Loses Battle Against Fatal Illness

Kumasi Mourns the Passing of Healing Pioneer, Dr. Grace Boadu, Founder of Grace Gift Herbal Clinic, as She Loses Battle Against Fatal Illness

In a shocking turn of events, Dr. Grace Boadu, the CEO of Grace Gift Herbal Clinic in Kumasi, has been confirmed dead, leaving the nation in mourning.

The unexpected news comes shortly after she generously donated GHC 10,000 towards the Heal Komfo Anokye project.

Tragic End to a Healing Journey:

Despite dedicating her life to the noble cause of saving lives and homes through her herbal healing expertise, Dr. Boadu faced an unexpected and tragic battle for her own life.

Regrettably, she succumbed to the clutches of death, leaving behind a void in the health community.

Outpouring of Sympathy:

The sudden demise of Dr. Boadu has sent shockwaves through Ghana, and citizens have taken to various social media platforms to express their sympathies for the grieving family.

The overwhelming response reflects the profound impact she had on the lives of countless individuals.

From Nurse to Healer:

Dr. Boadu, a trained nurse from the St. Gilbert Nursing College in Kumasi, began her career at County Hospital and Mary Lucy Hospital.

However, she took a significant turn in her professional journey, leaving her nursing profession to establish Grace Gift Herbal Hospital and Laboratory Services.

Her decision was fueled by the discovery of her unique gift in using herbs to treat a range of ailments, with a focus on infertility and stroke.

A Legacy of Healing:

Dr. Grace Boadu’s legacy extends beyond her personal battle with fatal illness.

She leaves behind a pioneering contribution to healthcare, having founded Grace Gift Herbal Clinic, where her expertise in herbal remedies touched the lives of many.

The nation mourns the loss of a medical trailblazer whose commitment to healing will be remembered by those she served and inspired.