…Urges FG to allow him into isolation centre unprotected.
by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna
Kaduna-based Covid-19 cure claimant, Professor Ayodele Israel Adeleye, has observed with dismay procedures set out by federal government for submission and verification of herbal drugs for the cure of the pandemic as “unnecessary and too long to follow” on emergency situations requiring urgent intervention to save lives.
The professor of microbiology and parasitology made the remarks, while presenting his herbal drug to State Coordinator of NAFDAC, Kaduna State, Dadi Nantim Mullah, in Kaduna.
The researcher, who is also into complimentary medicine, challenged FG to allow him into isolation centre unprotected and treat five patients already on ventilators and five other positive patients with his drug under television camera.
Prof. Adeleye said he is fully prepared to carry out the treatment on the ten patients free- of-charge in isolation centre without wearing any protective jackets, to prove the efficacy of his drug.
He explained that his cure research on Covid-19 pandemic resulted in production of virus killer herbal medicine, which he submitted to expedite action and reach those affected as quickly as possible to reduce the death rates and save lives.
“The drug has been fully lebelled, and information on the awareness on Covid-19 and other virus research like Lassa, Ebola and HIV viruses are also attached.
“The drug is fast-acting, requiring only one wine glass dosage, and a patient is healed and may test negative from the second day onward.
“The drug gives protection (immunity) from further infection. Uninfected patients will also enjoy the same immunity and protection after taken it.
“There is no side effects whatsoever, from user of the drug. It removes blockage of the lungs that allows patient to breathe freely. No ventilator is required after one wine glass treatment.
“I intend to treat directly five patients that are positive without any protective gadget or jacket, and under the scrutiny of the media, especially television camera, to allay the fears of doubting the efficacy of the drug as mentioned.”