An education minister in one of the world’s poorest countries has been sacked after a Kokamami scheme to order $ 2 million lollipops for schoolchildren.
Madagascar’s education minister, Rijasova Andreimana, ordered the lullabies to help conceal the “bitter” backup of an herbal medicine – yet untested – for the corona virus BBC. The project was discontinued, which was launched after the objection of Madagascar President Andrei Rajolina.
Rajolina, an unproven tonic known as Gojit-Organics, is being treated as a coronavirus virus in the country, with over 1,000 viral infections and seven CovID-related deaths.
Despite the president’s approval, the National Academy of Medicine of Madagascar has questioned the artemisia-based tonic, arguing that it may hurt those who take it.
President Rajolina says that criticism of the drink by Western corporations is based on racism, telling French news agency France 24, “If there is a European country that actually found this solution, is there much doubt? I don’t think so. “
As stated therein World Bank Madagascar has 75% of the world’s poorest countries live on less than $ 1.90 a day.