Controversial Doctor Joseph Chikelue Obi Sticks to His Guns
Looks for one billion alternative medicine apprentices
Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWire) -- 10/30/2015 --Doctor Joseph Chikelue Obi, a controversial medical politician and alternative medicine campaigner, is looking for one billion apprentices for his online Alternative Medicine Program, which is a part of the Registered Informal Learning Program for Apprentices.
Professor Obi was recently chosen as the first ever professor-in-chief by the Alternative Medicine Campaign. He is set to provisionally serve a term of 12 years, which will have him look after several key responsibilities. But that hasn't deterred him from the mission of getting a billion students for his program.
His goal will have him recognized as Largest Ever Online Informal Healthcare Training Course in History. But the purpose of the program for Doctor Obi remains to reach every willing household and spread basic clinical knowledge about natural healthcare, wellness and wellbeing.
The doctor who is also a celebrity gossip columnist for the Perez Kardashian blog states, "The objective of the program is to empower the masses in areas where they can lawfully take simple preventive measures about holistic health control and healthier way of life."
He believes that health risks are rising while healthcare costs are increasing. Having a large number of trained apprentices will be a game changer and make a huge difference to the healthcare scenario all over the world, according to him.
There are several experts who believe that alternative medicine can be effective in controlling breakouts of different diseases. Thus his online healthcare program is not only laudable but can have a huge positive impact on the health and wellbeing of people.
About Doctor Joseph Chikelue Obi
Often referred to as the founding father of Science Biased Medicine, he is a renowned doctor who doubles up as Celebrity Gossip Cartoonist with Perez Kardashian blog. He has also worked with several edgy political websites.
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