Madagascar’s president, Andry Rajoelina, defended the country’s drug against the coronavirus pandemic this Monday, stressing that criticism is based on “coming from Africa.”
The Malagasy president announced in April the distribution of a “therapeutic agent” for the virus known as “Covid-Organics”, the cure of which is not known to be known, and recently announced that there will be clinical studies with a mugwort-based coronavirus vaccine component Main means.
“If it hadn’t been Madagascar, but a European country that would have discovered this means, there would have been so many doubts? I don’t think so,” he said in an interview with France24 and Radio France Internationale.
He stressed that “the problem is that it comes from Africa”. “It cannot be accepted that a country like Madagascar, the 163rd poorest in the world, has developed this formula to save the world,” he said of international doubts about the benefits of Covid-Organics.