The Point (Banjul)

Gambia: Green World Offers Life-Changing Opportunity to Gambians

The Gambia has joined a host of countries around the world reaping the benefits of a health and wealth-given international concern known as Green World.

Headquartered in the United States of America and China, Green World Group of Companies is an international firm that provides medication and solution to countless number of ailments suffered by people around the world, through the use of natural healthcare products or food supplements.

Launched in The Gambia on Friday at the Paradise Suites Hotel in Kololi, Green World, a fully registered entity in The Gambia, provides medication to ailments such as infertility, stroke, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, Parkinson, Cataract/glaucoma, pile, arthritis, heart attack, painful menstruation, cancer, liver dysfunction and many other diseases that continue to take human life slowly and painfully.

The Green World supplement products, which are mainly manufactured in China, are said to have received international awards for their efficacy.

Since they were first introduced in The Gambia in 2011, through Green World Gambia representative Simon Peter at 93 Kombo Sillah Drive, the company's natural food supplements have been solving the health problems of those who have had the opportunity to use them, as testified by sound Gambian doctors as Dr Muhammed Djassey of Kombo Clinic and other people in The Gambia.

Green World provides solutions not only to health problems; it also helps people, especially the youth and women, to create wealth through its networking and the marketing of its products. Aside from the profits and commission derived from engaging in the business, Green World's products also give life-changing opportunity to distributors and marketers for excellent service, such as giving dealers of the products substantial guaranteed monthly bonus, free international trips to other countries, free houses for 3-star managers, free car award for excellent distributors and lots of bonanzas and incentives.

"The opportunity of Green World is real; it has come with health and wealth. It has come to The Gambia to stay, to become a household name in The Gambia," said Green World Nigeria Top Director Uzoukwu Ngozi Frances, who flew all the way from Nigeria to launch Green World Gambia.

She added: "The plan of Green World is to make you wealthy as you introduce the products to others, since it is a multi-level marketing company. It has come to change lives in The Gambia as it has done in Nigeria. Health is wealth, so be a user of Green World products."

Mrs Ngozi Frances said many people in Nigeria and other parts of the world where Green World products have been introduced have had to find solution to their health problems, whilst distributors of the products have won valuable awards and prizes that have changed their lives for the better.

In Nigeria, she said, between 2009 and 2011 more than 600 cars have been won together with free international trips sponsored by Green World, which included herself as beneficiary.

During the launching of Green World Gambia, the key to a car won in a recent award ceremony in Nigeria by Green World Global Gambia Rep Simon Peter was formally handed over to him.

Green World Gambia is not only an officially registered company in The Gambia, it is also a full member of the American Chamber of Commerce in The Gambia (AmCham) and the Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, whose trade fair slated for 2 through 16 February this year it will take part in at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.

Julius Freeman, Chief Executive Officer of AmCham, while chairing the launching of Green World, said there is strong correlation between AmCham and Green World.

Eric Ighalo, a Financial Consultant airlifted from Nigeria to speak on the occasion, on the topic 'Components of Financial Success', said Green World has brought opportunity to the doorsteps of people in The Gambia to expand their income in 2013 and beyond.

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