Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina says his country’s herbal remedy for COVID-19 has gained the support of the World Health Organization, WHO.
Rajoelina made this known on Twitter where he revealed that WHO will be signing a “confidentiality clause” concerning the formulation of the drug.
What this means is that Madagascar agreed to hand over all the science behind the remedy, and in exchange, the WHO committed to never transfer the formula to third party. By so doing, Madagascar is ensuring its remedy doesn’t fall in the hands of countries bend on undermining it.
President Rajoelina’s engagement with the WHO comes after he reportedly accused UN health agency of attempting to offer bribe so that the Madagascar COVID-19 herbal remedy is poisoned.
Rajoelina tweeted: “Successful exchange with @DrTedros who commends #Madagascar’s efforts in the fight against #Covid19 and congratulates us for the discovery of #CovidOrganics.
“@WHO will sign a confidentiality clause on its formulation and will support the clinical observations process in #Africa.
“Following @WHO’s invitation to be part of Solidarity Trial for clinical trials, #Madagascar will prove the effectiveness of its third protocol that combines two injectable medicines that are different from #CovidOrganics.”