Madagascar: President Andry Nirina Rajoelina Accuses World Health Organisation of 20 Million Dollar Bribe
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Madagascar’s president, Mr. Andry Rajoelina has accused the WHO of an alleged 20 million dollar bribe to see that its COVID-Organic drink poisoned, as reported by a local newspaper, the Tanzania Perspective, on its 14th May edition.
This sensational claim comes after the president touted the herbal drink as a cure and treatment for COVID-19, after which several African countries ordered the herbal drink to carry out clinical trials. The Madagascan president, Andry Rajoelina has been defending the country’s scientifically unproven COVID-Organics drink as a preventive and curative remedy, “that works well”.
The WHO has said that it does not discourage the use of COVID-Organics drink or any traditional medicine, but stated that the efficacy of the drink be tested at global standards to understand the effects it will have on the human body.
The herbal drink made from Artemisia has proven successful in the treatment of malaria in a combination. President Andry Nirina Rajoelina believes that the main reason for the drug backlash is that the remedy is from Africa, hence the usual condensation towards the continent. The country just recorded its first COVID-19 death, a 57-year-old male, who had underlying health issues that include high blood pressure and diabetes.