After several unnecessary condemnations, accusations, maligning of Madagascar for its self-acclaimed COVID-Organics cure for COVID-19, the WHO organization is championing efforts to do the needed scientific testing to find out the efficacy of the COVID-Organics. So far, one thing remains certain that the COVID-Organics cure does not kill.
However, Madagascar will not fall for any miss up that may lead to the “stealing” of the formula for the herbal remedy for coronavirus produced the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (Imra). It has called for confidentiality clause from WHO aimed at protecting its finding and cure.
The WHO and the west have refused to recognize the herbal medicine from Madagascar just because it is a product made by an Africa country.
Can anything good come out from Africa might have been the words that had occupied their minds instead of coming forth to seek for the assistance of Madagascar toward finding a cure for COVID-19 and not a vaccine.
The leader of Madagascar has questioned the WHO and the West if they would have reacted to the cure the same way if it had emerged from the West or any other continent apart from Africa.
African leaders and countries must also be ashamed of themselves for neglecting Madagascar when we needed to support their efforts.
Instead of uniting with them, we said no to their cure and started fighting among ourselves and thwarting our domestic herbalists as more potent and cable of finding a cure.
That myopic mindset and lack of respect for Madagascar’s cure should not have happened in the first instance. If other African countries had what it takes to find a cure, they would have done that before Madagascar, or since Madagascar found her own to date no country has come out to say any such thing.
The call for confidentiality clause from WHO is key toward protecting the interest of Madagascar and shows the level of confidence that president Rajoelina and the people of Madagascar have in their all-important cure.