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Sunday, February 5, 2017


Sierra Leone's Health Minister, Fofanah, might he be part of the rapid spread of Ebola in the country?

Sierra Leone's Health Minister, Fofanah, might he be part of the rapid spread of Ebola in the country? 

There are many factors which escalated to the rapid spread of Ebola which struck West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. Recently, the World Health Organization admitted to late response during the outbreak of the disease in West Africa. 

The immediate step by the World Health Organization to rebuild its reputation about the late response to the epidemic prompted us to write this article on the health blog 'Secrets of Aids and Ebola.'

However, it has reached our tables in Holland and Belgium that apart from the external factors which led to the death of thousands of Ebola victims in West Africa, internal factors also attributed to the more death of Sierra Leone Ebola victims.

Why did the response of Ebola in West Africa came very late? The World Health Organization deliberately delayed for the situation to get worse. Firstly, the disease to claim more victims (that is the significance of a medical bioweapon, to destroy and kill) and secondly, the pharmaceutical industry to make a lot of profit.

This is the reason the U.S. Centers for Disease Control owns a patent on a particular strain of Ebola known as "EboBun." It's patent No. CA2741523A1 and it was awarded in 2010. Reference:

In the state of emergency, while the president, Ernest Bai Koroma, fights desperately to solve the crisis claiming the lives of the citizens, the Minister of Health and Sanitation, Abu Bakarr Fofanah, was rather depending on the instructions of the World Health Organization, like a puppet on a string. 

President Ernest Bai Koroma trusts the Health Minister, so he gave Abu Bakarr Fofanah every power to deal with the situation but on corruption level, Fofanah abused his power without the knowledge of the president what was gong on between him and officials of the World Health Organization.

When the Ebola Attack Team reached the already devasted Sierra Leone, they quickly tried their medication on ten people and they were healed. The Ebola Attack Team wanted permission from the health minister to see the president. Instead, Fofanah threatened them with arrest and deportation.

Even though the health minister Fofanah has seen the effectiveness of the medicine of the Ebola Attack Team, Fofanah was still adamant and wouldn't like the team's leader to see the president. Six months after fruitless attempts, the team leader finally meets the president.

"I am the president of Sierra Leone but I have no power to give you the permission to treat Sierra Leoneans dying of Ebola because if anything happens to them, I will be responsible," said president Bai Koroma to the Ebola Attack Team. 

The president is right. So he asked the Ebola Attack Team's leader to see Fofanah for a recommendation letter to continue saving the lives of the Sierra Leoneans. But the situation became worse because a lot of pharmaceutical companies had contacted the health minister to use some medicines already shipped in. Medicines that could be classified as 'Experimental medicines.'

Thus, the health minister's aim was to find the right medicine to get his share of approval from the firm that manufactured them. At that point, Ebola Attack Team's medicine doesn't mean anything significant to Health Minister Fofanah, while the Ebola victims are dying in large numbers every day.

Another important issue worth mentioning is, the World Health Organization promised Fofanah to be appointed as  Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the African Union, so he was depending on and listening to the external voices which in fact, were assassins in disguise. Unfortunately or fortunately, Fofanah later realized that that promise from WHO was just an empty promise.

Africa must never forget that the smallpox eradication vaccine program sponsored by the World Health Organization was responsible for unleashing AIDS in Africa. About 100 million Africans living in central Africa were inoculated by the WHO.

In fact, it will take Africa, probably over thousand years to believe that the World Health Organization and the Centers for Diseases Control, are responsible for many man-made diseases such as Aids, Ebola, Lassa fever and others that have killed millions of Africans. 

If African leaders want Africans to be healthy, they should stop depending fully on Europe and America. Because it still hurts them losing Africa after independence swept through the continent. The revenge is the bio-weapon medical crimes which are now killing Africans.

And how do they get Africans? According to the German medical doctor, Wolff Geisler, diseases are made available in Africa via food, vaccines, water and the presence of America's military force.

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