With the rise in false Coronavirus cases, the Tanzanian President John Magufuli growing suspicious of the World Health Organization (WHO), decided to investigate the claims himself. He sent the WHO samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail for testing. After all 3 samples came COVID-19 positive, the President is reported to have kicked out the WHO from the country.
UPDATE: Days after Tanzanian move, now Burundi kicks out WHO Coronavirus Team from the country for interference in internal matters. Meanwhile, in yet another African nation Nigeria, Bill Gates has been caught bribing forced Coronavirus program. Just couple of days later, an Italian politician has demanded the arrest of Bill Gates in the Italian parliament. Sara Cunial, the Member of Parliament for Rome denounced Bill Gates as a “vaccine criminal” and urged the Italian President to hand him over to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. She also exposed Bill Gates’ agenda in India and Africa, along with the plans to chip the human race through the digital identification program ID2020.
Meanwhile, in a shocking development the President of Madagascar has made a sensational claim that the WHO offered $20m bribe to poison COVID-19 cure. Looks like WHO’s days in Africa are over.
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Tanzania has suspended the head of its national health laboratory in charge of coronavirus testing, a day after President John Magufuli questioned the accuracy of the tests. Magufuli, who holds a doctorate in chemistry said on Sunday he had secretly had animals, fruits and vehicle oil tested at the laboratory. A papaya, a quail and a goat had been found to be positive, according to the president.
The samples were given human names and ages and were submitted to the country’s National Referral Laboratory to test for coronavirus without the lab technicians knowing the true identity of the samples.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli was suspicious of WHO and decided to trick them by sending samples of a papaya, a goat, and a quail for testing COVID19. They all tested positive. The president kicked out the WHO representative in the country and denounced the fact, tweeted Radioa AN24.
#Escándalo El presidente de Tanzania, John Magufuli, desconfiaba de la OMS y decidió engañarlos enviando muestras de una papaya, una cabra y una codorniz para pruebas de #COVID19. Todas dieron positivo. El mandatario echó al representante de la OMS en el país y denunció el hecho. pic.twitter.com/ivJGD8uJJG
— RadioTV AN24 (@RadioAN24) May 8, 2020
The president called for an investigation in what he suspected is a “dirty game” in the laboratory, but did not say where the kits had been imported from.
“The equipment or people may be compromised and sometimes it can be sabotage,” Magufuli said in a speech broadcast live through state-run Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC).
Dr John Nkengasong, director of the Africa Centres for Disease Control (CDC), said Tanzania was using test kits supplied by the Africa CDC in collaboration with the Chinese Jack Ma Foundation, which met international standards. “Tanzania is using the same test that everyone is using,” Nkengasong said.
Catherine Sungura, acting head of communications at the ministry of health, said in a statement on Monday the director of the laboratory and its quality assurance manager had been immediately suspended “to pave way for the investigation”.
Sungura said a 10-person committee had been formed to investigate the laboratory’s operations, including its process of collecting and testing samples.
On Sunday, Magufuli also fired the head of the government Medical Stores Department, which is in charge of distributing medical supplies and equipment to government hospitals, but gave no reason.
Interviews with funeral home directors and their staff throughout New York City questioning the number of deaths officially attributed to the pandemic has exposed a massive COVID-19 deaths certificates scam. Earlier, a Montana based physician blew the whistle on how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is exaggerating the COVID-19 death toll by manipulating Coronavirus death certificates.
Unavailability and access to testing kits and facilities combined with massive tests following faulty protocols and amplified by the hysterical media is wreaking havoc on the medical infrastructure of nations into lockdown due to Coronavirus resulting into more panic and chaos. As false results soar the WHO has come under global criticism. However, a deeper look at the cases by GreatGameIndia showed a massive Coronavirus Testing Protocol fraud – a fraud because the WHO already did it before and admitted it.
There have been instances where WHO was caught grossly unprepared with its course of action. Other times, the scientists and researchers at WHO have made laughable errors while preparing reports. This begs the question: Why WHO makes so many mistakes? Is it deliberate? Or is there some other reason behind WHO’s never ending list of errors?
An exclusive report by GreatGameIndia revealed how in 2009 WHO prematurely declared ‘swine flu’ a pandemic which resulted in a surge of vaccine orders. The rich and affluent nations were quick to purchase the vaccines for their people. Ironically, most deaths occurred not in Europe but in Africa and Southeast Asia.
In his controversial book renowned author Stuart Blume discloses that many of the most influential advisers, at both World Health Organisation (WHO) and national levels, are paid consultants to the vaccine industry raising a very serious question – that the WHO might be working for the vaccine industry’s interests and not the people – the reason why 10 years ago WHO faked a pandemic.
The consistent pattern of blunders being committed by WHO raises serious questions on its efficiency in dealing with the lives of people. The amount of errors on a regular basis suggest WHO’s gambling-approach to world health-crisis. Past experiences shedding light on WHO being used as tool of the vaccine lobby have led many experts to call for dismantling of the WHO.
Can the World Health Organization (WHO) still be reformed or must it be reborn? Can it address concretely and effectively the challenges it is facing? Should WHO be dismantled? These are important questions, not only for the next director-general but perhaps even more for the member states who are the real “owners” of WHO.
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Foolish woman! Don’t invite her anymore. She’s saying a load of nothing. The word ” efficacy” must be a new word for her or I guess she’s reading straight out of the Liberal Playbook.
Burundi President – Heart Attack
Tanzania President – Heart Attack
Well that is your warning when going against the WHO, NATO, United Nations and the other Corrupt Institutions of the WORLD.
Brave Soldiers for TRUTH!!! RIP
“Burundi President – Heart Attack
Tanzania President – Heart Attack”
Links please. Very interested in reading more.
Meanwhile 3 websites, AFP Africa, Pesa Check and Rappler IQ are saying that this is a scam, and I cite one of them: *** This was a claim made by the website greatgameindia.com on May 11, which said Tanzanian President John Magufuli “sent samples of a goat, a papaya, and a quail for [COVID-19] testing” because he was growing suspicious of the WHO. After all 3 were found to be positive for the disease, Magufuli “kicked out the WHO from the country.”
This claim was repeated by a Filipino blogger in a video on her Facebook page, “Lynn Channel,” citing greatgameindia.com as her source. The video has since garnered a thousand shares, 1,652 reactions, and 388 comments since it was uploaded on June 29.
Facebook’s fact checking tool Claim Check flagged this post as potentially misleading. According to CrowdTangle, greatgameindia.com’s article has received 15,752 total interactions on Facebook.
In conclusion, I would like to read something from the Tanzanian President in person or something more accurate and have a more reliable source and links to determine if all this is real: do you have any prove of all this?…