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COVID-19: How to get the plants used for Madagascar CVO in Nigeria

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Madagascar is the star country of the African continent at the moment. Reason: its acclaimed discovery of a cure for corona-virus or Covid-19. The Malagasy President, Andry Rajoelina repeatedly boasted in the public about the efficacy of Covid Organics (CVO), which was made out of herbs as solution to Covid-19. He sounded so sure of the concoction.

As we speak, the Nigerian government should have taken delivery of its own consignment from Madagascar or about to. Nigeria joins other African nations who have agreed to put CVO to test and see if indeed Andry Rajoelina was right in his claims.

Although the World Health Organization (WHO) and the West have tried to water down Rajoelina’s claims, the African nations seem unperturbed, with the latest “customer” being Nigeria, -the continent’s most populated country.

According to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (IMRA), the body in charge of CVO production, the herbal tea had its main ingredient as the ARTEMISIA plant, which of course is available all over Africa. It is also known as Wormwood leaves.

From all stories heard so far, Covid-19 has no confirmed or approved cure but survivors have been treated with malaria medications which means the doctors treated the symptoms of the disease which are similar to that of Malaria.

The objective of this article is to show you how to prepare a herbal solution you can drink in the treatment of the symptoms of COVID-19, without necessarily traveling to Madagascar.

Now, a note of caution. We are not telling you what you are about to read is 100% guaranteed in the treatment or prevention of Covid-19 but the writer is so confident that this preparation has been used for ages to treat the symptoms of malaria and it works.

Don’t forget that the symptoms of Covid-19 are just like that of malaria. Therefore whatever can cure malaria has the potency of working well against Covid-19.

Now, here we go:

If you are in Nigeria,just visit any local herbal shop we call “elewe-omo” and ask that they should give you EWE EGBIN, -that is what the Yoruba call the ARTEMISA plant, which is the leading ingredient of the Madagascar’s CVO

Get fresh leaves of the plant and also a handful of garlic. A handful of ginger. Tea leaves (ewe tea). Some lime and the neem leaves (ewe dongoyaro).

Boil all of these together till they ferment together to produce what is known as “agbo”(concoction).

Take a cup intermittently after warming it.

Again, THIS IS NOT a cure for Corona-virus or Covid-19, but an age-long African concoction to treat malaria and its symptoms.

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BREAKING: Churches, Mosques to re-open August 7

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The Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has directed that religious centres can re-open for service from August 7, 2020.

The Governor also increases public gatherings capacity from 20 to 50 people.

We will bring you details later

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Lagos fumigates schools ahead resumption

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Preparatory to the planned resumption of terminal class students, the Lagos State Government has intensified the periodic fumigation/decontamination of all public secondary schools.
A press release by the Permanent Secretary, Office of Environmental Services, Mrs. Aderonke Odeneye on Saturday stated that majority of the public secondary schools in the six educational districts have been reached.
While adding that the exercise was part of the resumption protocol/guidelines for the secondary schools in the State, Odeneye emphasised that Lagos has continued to adopt measures to ensure that the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic is effectively contained.
She said, “The fumigation exercise which is on-going preparatory to resumption next week for terminal classes will continue after the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) Exams. The periodic exercise which commenced in late June has been effected in all the Model Colleges across the six educational districts in the State”.

According to her, the schedule of the fumigation exercise listed Oduduwa Junior Secondary School, Mushin; New Era Girls Secondary School, Surulere and Oriwu Junior and Senior Model College, Ikorodu among schools that have already been fumigated.
Others included the Lagos State Civil Service Senior Model College, Igbogbo; Igbo-Owu Junior and Senior Secondary School, Mushin and Junior Model College, Igbogbo amongst several others.
The Permanent Secretary urged the schools’ management to make provision for water in the premises with a view to promoting the washing of hands among the students, stressing that pupils must avoid all sporting activities till further notice.
Odeneye also implored them to provide hand sanitisers in all classrooms and hostels as well as ensure that students are tutored on the need to constantly sanitise their hands after every educational activity in the classrooms and wear nose masks always.
“Schools are to enforce physical distancing where applicable and also provide facilities to reduce the risk of the infection amongst teachers and students. Disinfection of shoes and feet should be strongly encouraged frequently for each student to reduce bacterial infection that could lead to any ailment during their stay in the school”, she advised.

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COVID-19: 10 foreigners, 32 Nigerians discharged in Lagos

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The Lagos state governor who doubles as the incident commander for COVID-19 in the state, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has announced the discharge of 42 more patients who have recovered from the diseases, across the various isolation centres in the state.

In a statement signed by his media aide, Gboyega Akosile, the list of discharged patients shows “17 females and 25 males including 10 foreign nationals were discharged from our Isolation facilities to reunite with the society.

The patients; 8 from Gbagada, 5 from Agidingbi, 15 from Eti-Osa (LandMark) 6 from Onikan and 8 from LUTH Isolation Centres were discharged after full recovery and testing negative to COVID19.

Sanwo-olu reminded residents of the existing order on the compulsory use of face-masks in Lagos. “Remember, it is now a criminal offence in Lagos State to go out without using a face-mask. Let’s continue to adhere strictly to all public advisories given by government”

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