COVID-Organics: Nigerians discuss FG’s update on use of Madagascan drug for patients

Madagascar's COVID Organics (COV)

On the streets of Twitter this Friday, Nigerians are expressing their opinions on a recent update concerning a remedy to the coronavirus that has shaken Nigeria and the world.

Three months ago, the federal government via the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration (NAFDAC), okayed the arrival of COVID-Organics (COV), a herbal mixture from Madagascar. From the latest update, it was gathered that the Federal Government was awaiting a grant to enable them carry on with the research on the drug which appeared promising in curing COVID-19.

This announcement sparked mixed reactions among Nigerians who were interested in the news update:

Although NAFDAC approved these drugs to be brought in for a study and possible use on Nigerians, it appears that the plan did not fall through as more and more Nigerians question the state of the research and the state of the COVID-Organics that were earlier shipped to the country.

Another update by the Federal Government revealed that the drug is mainly for treating malaria which many pointed out was a known fact before the drugs arrived the country, as they compared it to Chloroquine that had been earlier reported as effective in treating the virus.

A few others reminded users how excited they were when it was first announced that the drug proved effective in treating the viral disease. While the government has shared these updates with the public, many have also expressed that there are some aspects of their update that doesn’t add up.

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