The African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) calls on the United Nations (UN) and African Union (AU) to demand that the President of the French Republic His Excellency Emmanuel Macron act against the two French racists assasins who masquerade as medical doctors.
Reportedly Jean-Paul Mira, the head of intensive care at Cochin Hospital in Paris, and Camille Locht, the head of research at the Inserm health research group, both suggested that the coronavirus vaccine be tested in African and not in Europe.
These two racists assassins masquerading as doctors thinks that in Africa there are guinea pigs to be used to test any vaccine in the world. The barbaric colonial thinking attitude deserves very serious condemnation from UN and AU.
As it one of the ANCWL objectives to co-operate with democratic organisations for the promotion of peace and development locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, we will lobby our allies across the globe to put pressure on President Macron to revoke the medical licence/certificates of these two racists assassins.
We call on the AU Chairperson His Excellency President Cyril Ramaphosa to call on President Macron to act swiftly against Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht. The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti must also ensure that United Nations through WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom put pressure on French President to act.
Upto date, globally there are about 1 083 084 Covid-19 positive cases and 58 243 deaths due to the virus. Europe lost about 34,500 people due to COVID-19 and has more than 500 000 COVID-19 positive cases. The AU member states collectively has 7 123 COVID-19 positive cases and 289 deaths.
The world is facing an invisible enemy and must unite and fight the war against the pandemic. We need each other more than ever before. The racists assasins who views Africans as guinea pigs to be used to test any vaccine in the world must be exposed, condemned and be isolated by all of us.
Issued 04 April 2020 by:
ANCWL Secretary General