EYEGAMBIA’s research team came across feeds of Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of African Union Commission, Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa who also chairs the African Union, Macky Sall of Senegal, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, of Ghana endorsing vaccine in a recent campaign and we are not surprised.
We have a pandemic that demands solutions from all angles. A supposed beverage was discovered in Madagascar Africa and touted as effective against the virus but the World, including most African leaders, are not interested in promoting testing and endorsing it. Instead, they are quick to display publicly, their obsession with a “non-existing” vaccine from the Superpowers and business moguls.
If you follow world politics closely, you won’t equally be surprised by this phenomenon of African leaders endorsing foreign concepts that gravely hurts our progress as a continent; most of which they have little knowledge about.
Joe Biden said in an interview with Alphonso David, President of Human rights Campaign, the largest National LGBTQ organization in America that, during the Obama administration, they use aid as a tool to promote gay agenda across the globe. Perhaps it’s not only limited to LGBTQ.
That is their mode of operation and they have successfully whipped the brains of African leaders into that order. The obsession is not a surprise. It is the age-long aid securing strategy.
When a vaccine against #COVID19 is developed, the universal need to save lives must be first and foremost. It must be free. In all countries. To all people. I’m proud to be part of the global call for the #PeoplesVaccine. pic.twitter.com/ysOVotHbUY
— Moussa Faki Mahamat (@AUC_MoussaFaki) May 14, 2020
Together with other global leaders, I signed the @UNAIDS Public Letter on a People’s Vaccine for #COVID19. It is important that all people everywhere must have access to the vaccine when one becomes available. It must be the #PeoplesVaccine.
— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) May 15, 2020