Select Menu




Interviews with MBN


Love Plus

Resources and Downloads




Other Issues

» » » » » Miral Pharms: How Much Good is Enough?

Martin Beck Nworah Saturday, May 19, 2018 3

Many times in life, we are confronted with this question, "How much is too much?" We may not always have a ready answer, unless we examine the circumstances of the question and our environment. 

When Miral Pharmaceuticals came into existence, Pharm Onyeka Onyeibor had a clear mission in mind; to do good. 

Doing good is an art many people are not conversant with, and because it is an art, the act itself becomes a game for a diligent mind. 

As a company, Miral Pharms has been at the forefront of advancing for better healthcare systems and drugs both in Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Asides preaching the gospel of doing good, Miral Pharms reflects this ideology in her plethora of drugs, made available for the nourishment of the human body. 

The company has wide ranging healthcare products of Anti Malarial, Anti infective, cardiovascular, analgesic, vitamin supplements, gynecology, etc. 

Ravimal, the company's flagship antimalaria drug in Nigeria deserves particular mention at this stage. Through awareness all over the country, the company has used the drug to raise awareness about the dangers posed by malaria to a young generation of Africans.

Across the campuses, the company organises essay competitions for pharmacists and undergraduate students to increase their knowledge about malaria. A new competition is currently ongoing at the moment. 

In all, Miral Pharms is leading the light along the path of an ideal 21st century company.

Companies should not only aspire to make profits, they should also aspire to do good. 

Martin Beck Nworah. 

Newer Post
Older Post

3 comments Miral Pharms: How Much Good is Enough?

  1. AnonymousMay 19, 2018

    I have used their drug... Nice 1

  2. My dream work place

  3. AnonymousMay 19, 2018

    Doing good... Miral


Comment(s) expressed on this site belong(s) to the individual(s) making it(them) and it is in no way related to Martin Beck Nworah.