Looking at women’s beads can prolong men’s lives

General News for Friday, May 24, 2024

Fountain: thechronicle.com.gh


The CEO of KAMA Group of Companies, Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo The CEO of KAMA Group of Companies, Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo

Zonal Area and Chief Executive Officer of KAMA Group of Companies, Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo, says men looking at beads on women’s waists can prolong their lives.

According to him, kidney diseases among our ancestors were not as common as today, because the beads on their wives’ waists were enough to arouse their sexual desires. Unfortunately, the pharmacist and businessman continued, most of our women today have stopped using beads that stimulate their husbands to have sexual relations with them.

To restore their conjugal rights, some of the men, he noted, have resorted to taking aphrodisiacs to increase their sexual desire, but the drug could potentially damage the kidney if the person indulges in too much.

Dr Michael Agyekum Addo spoke at a town hall meeting in Koforidua on Tuesday this week to discuss neglected tropical diseases.

The KAMA CEO said that if men no longer use aphrodisiacs due to the natural stimulation of pearls, their kidneys will be protected and their lives will subsequently be prolonged.

Therefore, he advised women to return to the tradition they had abandoned and start wearing beads in the interest of their marriages and that of their husbands.

Nana Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo is an accomplished entrepreneur who has a presence in the pharmaceutical industry in Ghana.

He received his education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy and studied his Master’s Degree in Industrial Management at the same university.

Dr. Agyekum Addo began his journey by running a pharmaceutical store in Kumasi in 1983. He also established the Kama Education Project, which trains teachers to turn students into entrepreneurs from a young age.

He has also written several books with the aim of instilling a “can do” attitude in the younger generation.