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COVID-19: Raymond Dokpesi Reveals They Were Given Malaria Drug

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Media billionaire, Raymond Dokpesi, has asked medical experts for clarification about what form of coronavirus disease really is.

Discussions have been conducted around the world about the links between the disease and malaria.

This has led to recommendations by health officials and institutions against the use of a malaria medication Chloroquine.

The National Food, Drug Administration and Control Agency (NAFDAC) restated its warning about the drug on Thursday.

NAFDAC Director-General Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye said: “Nobody should buy chloroquine and use it. If COVID-19 is yours, go to a doctor. We warned Nigerians not to take chloroquine.’

But Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, owners of African Independent Television (AIT) and RayPower FM, announced that he was confused after he was discharged.

He said: “There are still questions in my mind and I need to be informed. What distinguishes between COVID-19 and malaria? Every prescription that we were given was a medicine for malaria.

“A number of people who tested positive were examined in reputable labs, Abuja hospitals and found to have malaria parasites in their blood streams. How did COVID-19 synonymise with malaria?”

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