The Director General of Global Initiative for Good Governance, Dr Emeka Kalu, has commended the Federal Government of Nigeria, on the long awaited decision to try out the Madagascar’s Organic Herb for treatment and prevention of Coronavirus, even as the affected cases in the country has continued to skyrocket on daily basis.
In a Press Statement signed by Comr Amos Kalu, his media and publicity aide, and made available to the press in Abuja, Dr Kalu expressed happiness that FG have taken a step in the right direction, not minding the politics WHO have used to surround the solution that has proven effective for Madagascar who have recovered from taking the mixture and also havees not recorded any Coronavirus related death.
“We are Africans, we have survived many years using herbal solutions as Africans. Since there have been no reported case of death from using the Madagascar Organic Mixture, it will not be out of place if we give it a trial to prove that something good too, can come out of Africa. This is my position.
“WHO do not have any known cure, they too are experimenting, therefore there is nothing bad in experimenting this one that is already available. So I am happy we have taken this decision at this critical time” he said.
Dr Kalu expressed his confidence that the mixture will work based on few countries that have used it, including Madagascar the producers, Guinea Bissau and others, saying that Africa must learn how to stand up for herself without always having to wait for approval from the western world before we can decide what is good for us.
“We have experts who can subject this mixture to analysis and clinical test right here in Africa, which is what I encourage Africa governments to do. So why the long wait?
“I call on the Federal Government to encourage local pharmacists and herbal experts to come up with their mixtures that will be subjected to same clinical and scientific tests. Maybe God want the solution to Coronavirus to come from Africa which is why he has blinded every other clime from finding the cure yet.
“This is the time for Africa to find her right of place in the affairs of humanity” he concluded.