- A video has merged of a local Ghanaian cook identified as ''doctor''
- Doctor runs a local eatery called Stomach Clinic, which has the features of a hospital
- From a consulting room, OPD, the main ward to a dispensary room, doctor’s eatery, continues to fascinate many
- YEN.com.gh highlights one of Ghana's local food joints and its unique features
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Historically, most men were not given culinary training while growing up but the few who learn how to cook, become the best at what they do and one of such men is ''doctor'', the owner of Stomach Clinic.
Doctor’s Stomach Clinic, is a local eatery which serves popular native dishes with fresh meat and irresistible accompanying soups prepared with natural ingredients.
And what caught our attention is not just the name Stomach Clinic, but also, the name tags of doctor’s local restaurant.
From a consulting room, outpatient department (OPD), the main ward to a dispensary room, doctor’s eatery has a structure similar to a formal hospital with various departments.
The local restaurant, located at Aburi junction behind the Botanical Gardens, is one of the most popular eateries in the Eastern region.
The food doctor, bears witness to the narrative that men who cook are best at what they do and often turn out to be better cooks than most women.
Meanwhile, despite completing the 2019 West African Examination Certificate Examination (WASSCE) with a near distinction, Sackey Abednego, a former student of Kade Senior High/Technical, faces a real challenge of not being able to further his education.
Sackey Abednego graduated high school with remarkable scores of 7As and B3.
The former science student chalked all As in Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and a B3 in English Language.
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