World Health Organisation, WHO, biased towards abilities of African medicine – Dr. Marlyse
Written by News Room on September 26, 2021
The World Health Organisation, WHO, has been called out for its biases towards the abilities of African medicine in bringing solution to global Health Pandemics.
This line of thought was shared by a Public Health Expert, Dr. Peyou Ndi Marlyse, who spoke on Invicta’s flagship Programme Perspectives.
While saying that the lack of trust for African innovations is not helpful, she added that the continent’s creativity is abused by the Western world.
Marlyse remains determined on the good results coming out of the ‘Ngolbe Tara’, noting that the scientific method is the same everywhere and calling on African countries to support it.
It would be recalled that the indigenous Coronavirus treatment, Ngul Be Tara, approved in Nigeria on May 25, 2021 by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control, NAFDAC expires on July 1, 2025, after a four-year registration certificate.