Ayodele Israel Adeleye, a professor of Microbiology claiming to have the cure for coronavirus, has dared the Nigerian government to let him use his cure on patients.
The scholar stated that the procedure put in place by the federal government for the submission and verification of herbal drugs for treatment of COVID-19 patients are unnecessary.
Professor Adeleye said that they were too long to follow on emergency situation that required urgent intervention to save lives.
The coronavirus cure claimant who is based in Kaduna and majors in parasitology made the comments while presenting his herbal drug to the NAFDAC Coordinator, Kaduna Office, Dadi Nantim Mullah.
Adeleye (who is also into complimentary Medicine) challenged the government to allow him into an isolation center unprotected so he can administer treatment to five patients already on ventilators and five others while being covered by television cameras.
The researcher said he was fully prepared to treat the ten patients free of charge in the isolation center without wearing any protective jackets to prove the efficacy of his drug under media coverage.
He explained that his research into the cure for COVID-19 led to the production of his virus-killer herbal medicine which he submitted to NAFDAC to reach out to those affected as soon as possible to stop the death rate and save lives.
The drug has been fully labeled and information on the awareness on COVID-19 and other virus research like Lassa, Ebola and HIV viruses are also attached.
The drug gives protection (immunity) from further infection. Uninfected patients will also enjoy the same immunity and protection after taking it.”
He assured that there were no side effects, adding that his drug removed the blockage in the lungs, allowing patients to breathe freely with no ventilator required after one wine glass treatment.
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