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U.S. HMO opens Nigeria office, unveils two products 


CEO of Max International, Joseph Voyticky

CEO of Max International, Joseph Voyticky

A United States (U.S.)-based health management organisation (HMO), Max International, has announced its presence in Nigeria with a launch of two products, MAX ATP Riboceine fuel and Cellgevity. 
Speaking at the commissioning of Max Nigeria in Lagos, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Max International, Joseph Voyticky said: “We want people to live a healthy life. There is a tremendous opportunity in Nigeria. She is blessed with great and hardworking people. 
“We have products for everyone. We also have a business opportunity that can assist people nation and continent-wide. We are going to do anything that people thought impossible in Nigeria.”
Earlier, the Country Director, Pharmacist Augustine Kokukokor, said the company, which was registered in December 2014 but commenced operation in February 2016, had trained distributors,  noting that their mission was to enthrone rich people and and healthy families in Nigeria.
He stressed that the organisation was poised for empowerment and improvement of everyday life through its high range of products.Kokukokor, however, regretted the difficulty in assessing foreign exchange (forex)  for importation of products due largely to the volatile exchange rate between the naira and the U. S.  dollar.  
He disclosed that his firm was determined to expand in leaps and bounds by establishing zonal offices to impact communities positively nationwide.The company,  however, noted that other food supplements to cater for the health needs of Nigerians were in the pipeline.

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