President of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina, has claimed the World Health Organisation (WHO) offered him $20m bribe to poison COVID-19 cure.
According to the President, the herbal remedy called COVID-19 Organics made from Artemisia can cure COVID-19 patients within ten days.
Meanwhile Tanzanian local newspaper, “Tanzania perspective” reported on the front-page of its 14th May edition that President Andry Rajoelina was offered a $20 million bribe to poisoned their new COVID-19 medicine as seen below:
The President of Madagascar believes the only reason the rest of the world has refused to treat Madagascar’s cure for the coronavirus with urgency and respect is that the remedy comes from Africa.
President Rajoelina made this known during an interview with French outlet, Rajoelina reportedly said he has noticed what he believes stems from usual condescension toward Africans.
“I think the problem is that (the drink) comes from Africa and they can’t admit… that a country like Madagascar… has come up with this formula to save the world.
If it wasn’t Madagascar, and if it was a European country that had actually discovered this remedy, would there be so much doubt? I don’t think so,” said Africa’s youngest head of state, the President of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina.
What is the problem with Covid-Organics, really? Could it be that this product comes from Africa? Could it be that it’s not OK for a country like Madagascar, which is the 63rd poorest country in the world… to have come up with (this formula) that can help save the world?”
The remedy, COVID Organics, is made from Artemisia, a plant imported into Madagascar in the 1970s from China to treat malaria. Artemisia has had proven success against malaria and according to President Rajoelina it can cure COVID-19 patients within ten days.
However, the WHO has condemned such natural therapeutic measures against the coronavirus as blind faith. In response to the skepticism with which the WHO is treating the COVID Organics, Rajoelina said, “No country or organisation will keep us from going forward.”
A host of other African countries including, Nigeria, Tanzania, Guinea-Bissau, DR Congo and Niger, have imported the Madagascan made recipe.