- A former lecturer at the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, (ABUTH), Professor Ayodele Israel Adeleye, said he has a solution for COVID-19
- Adeleye, a Kaduna-based scientist told the federal government to provide five patients with coronavirus to prove his claim
- He gave the assurance that his COVID-19 solution is real and takes between three and five days to cure a patient
Professor Ayodele Israel Adeleye, a former lecturer with the Department of Microbiology, Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH), Zaria insisted that he had found a solution to the global pandemic called coronavirus.
The Kaduna-based scientist, on Monday, April 13, urged the federal government to produce five victims for free treatment in order to further prove his claim, The Guardian reports.
The professor while noting there was a three-day window for the cure discovery, stated that his COVID-19 cure is very much real and the next after God in terms of effectiveness.
He said: “If the government brings in five people with COVID-19, I will treat them for free, right in front of your cameras. If the world adopts my cure, the lockdown in the world will end.”
Adeleye insisted that for a patient to be completely cured of the disease, it would take between three and five days.
The scientist explained that though he could not run a clinical trial for the cure on animals, five people have already been treated successfully.
He was quoted as saying: "About five people, including my former students who knew me with research, have been calling and asking if I have something to cure COVID-19.
“One of the patients was having breathing problems already and he took the treatment. In 10 minutes he was already getting better. We told him that this is new, we cannot assure you how long it will give you immunity, so stay quarantined and keep social distancing.”
Legit.ng previously reported that an associate professor at the University of Ibadan (UI), Idayat Gbadamosi, has disclosed possible herbal ways of preventing the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Gbadamosi, an expert in ethnobotany and medicinal plants made the disclosure in a yet-to-be-published paper.
The lecturer stated that her publication is targeted towards boosting the immune system to help fight the coronavirus and not provide a cure for the COVID-19 infection.
The associate professor stated in her paper that the prevention of infectious diseases relies on the use of botanical detoxifiers, immune-boosting remedies, natural antioxidants, plant haematinics, and spices.
In a related development, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has warned Nigerians against using chloroquine as a treatment to cure coronavirus.
Since a good number of people have recovered from the virus, there have been reported treatments peddled by different sources as to how to cure the deadly virus.
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With a cure for the virus yet to be found, many Nigerians have been resorting to taking chloroquine in a bid to treat the infection.
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