The Chief Executive Officer of Max International, Joseph Voyticky, has formally paid a courtesy call to the King Dandeson Jaja of Opobo, the traditional leader of the Rivers State, located in southern Nigeria.
The move by Joseph Voyticky reflects efforts by Max International (max.com)to project its commitment to securing the health and rendering legitimate long term economic opportunity for its business partners in all markets based upon its outstanding science-based products, top quality training, and personal development.
While discussing the success and attesting to the efficacy of products of Max International, King Jaja opined, based upon personal experience, that Max’s products: Cellgevity, Max 357, and MaxATP have worked miraculously for him. In particular, he noted that his vitality had been boosted.
Max International’s products are focused on cellular health by helping cells to produce or support glutathione, the body’s most important antioxidant. Max’s patented molecule Riboceine, has been the subject of numerous scientific studies (ribocysteine.com) demonstrating its scientific validity.
The King further encouraged the team from Max International to prioritize expansion in the Rivers State and throughout Nigeria by campaigning and advertisementing. The people of Nigeria need to understand the efficacy of Max’s supplements and the technology inside of them which can help accomplish the goal of better lives across Africa and the globe.
“I can commend your products for its efficacy which aids in restoring the body and provides vitality, you must broaden your promotions to eradicate misconceptions about supplements around the globe,” he told the team.
Opobo, is an Igbo-speaking community in Rivers State, in the southern region of Nigeria. The kingdom was founded in 1870 by Jubo Jubogha popularly known as JaJa, an Igbo man from the Igbo hinterland. Opobo, being founded by an Igbo man has a Ndoki-Igbo dialect as its native language.