Nigerian Virology Professor announces cure for coronavirus

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Maduike Ezeibe, a professor of Virology at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture in Umudike, Nigeria has announced that he has found a cure for the novel COVID-19 (coronavirus).

According to a report by Daily Post, Professor Okpara has deduced a chemical equation of the therapy for curing the virus known as (AI49SiO4)32AI2Mg3(SiO4)3). He added that this equation which is a mechanism for curing COVID-19 can also cure Lassa fever.

He also says the therapy can also cure HIV/AIDS.

“Electrostatic attraction would make electrically charged medicines mop pathogens which have opposite charges, is a known scientific fact and that viruses and abnormal (infected /tumor) cells are electrically charged is now known.”Covid-19 virus and Lassa fever virus (DNA viruses) are negatively charged,” the Professor of Virology said in a statement.

He added “small sizes of viruses enable them infect cells, inaccessible to big molecules. So, existing antiviral medicines need immunity to complement their effects but some viruses cause immune deficiency. As a silicate, AMS also normalises immunity and as a stabilizing agent it enhances efficacy of anti-microbials to achieve effective treatment secondary infections.”

He continued effective treatment of secondary infections would cure any viral /abnormal cell diseases including Covid -19 and Lassa fever.

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