WHO makes U-turn offers support to Madagascar Covid-19 ‘Cure’

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In a swift U-turn of events the World Health Organization has offered to support the Madagascar found Covid-19 herbal cure.

According to Madagascar’s President Andry Rajoelina said he held a virtual meeting with Director General of the World Health Organization Dr Tedros.

Rajoelina says they came up to an agreement that, “WHO will have to sign a confidentiality clause on the formulation of the Covid Organics and will support the clinical observation.

READ ALSO :WHO OFFERED $20 MILLION BRIBE TO POISON MADAGASCAR’S COVID-19 ‘CURE’

This comes after the President of Madagascar accused WHO for offering him a bribe of $20 million dollars to poison the herbal remedy.

Rajoelina quit WHO and ordered other African countries to do the same stating that the Organization wants Africa to always be dependent on them and they don’t have faith in anything that comes from Africa.

READ ALSO: MADAGASCAR QUITS WHO.. CALLS ON ALL AFRICAN NATIONS TO DO THE SAME

In the beginning WHO was sceptical of the herbal mixture and did not want to be associated with it .

Regardless the warning from health Organization many African countries have already ordered the mixture from Madagascar some have received it as donations.

South Africa on the other hand offered to help Madagascar with clinical trials for their ‘cure’.

In another heated political and economical war President of United States Donald Trump threatened to permanently stop funding WHO citing that the Organization was China-centric.

READ ALSO: USA THREATENS TO PERMANENTLY STOP FUNDING WHO

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