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Cameroon: Renowned Anglophone traditional practitioner, Dr Deway passes away

Dr Dewah dies in Douala (c) copyright
The death has been announced of Cameroonian ace traditional practitioner, Dr Dewah.


The naturopath, founder of the Dewah and Bros Modern Traditional Clinic International passed away Wednesday March 31st in Cameroon’s economic capital Douala.

He was one of the veterans when it comes to traditional medicine in Cameroon.

The man who has over forty years of experience in the domain will be remembered for his stands on the efficiency of traditional medicine over the modern one.

Dr Dewah is one of the outstanding health practitioners who made efforts to come up with a cure for the deadly Coronavirus pandemic which he displayed at the Yaounde Conference Centre during a special plenary sitting on traditional medicine organized by the National Assembly last June 25, 2020.

One of his greatest traditional medicine is the 200 DISEASE CURE which he said deals with respiratory problems.

He presented this medicine as one of those used by his team to cure the Coronavirus pandemic.

In 2009, the renowned naturopath received an award of excellence for his contributions to the development of modern traditional medicine from the Association of Young Cameroonian Jurists, AYCJ.

By then, he had about thirty years of experience as a traditional doctor.

His death is a great loss to the traditional medicine family that is trying to re-invent itself so as to fit in in a society where modern medicine seems to have taken over.


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