NIGERIAN virologist Professor Maduike Ezeibe has claimed that he has found a cure for the dreaded coronavirus pandemic currently sweeping the globe asking affected countries to use his therapy for clinical trial on their patients.
Professor Ezeibe, who is the dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture (MOUA), Umudike, once claimed to have discovered a therepic for the cure of HIV/Aids. Already, the virus has arrived in Nigeria, after a 44 year old Italian was diagnosed with it and is currently being quarantined in Lagos.
According to Professor Ezeibe, his therapy can also cure Lassa fever. He gave the chemical equation of the therapy as (AI4(SiO4)3+3Mg2SiO4-2AI2Mg3(SiO4)3) saying it is a mechanism for curing Covid -19 and Lassa fever.
On how the therapy works, Professor Ezeibe explained that electrostatic attraction would make electrically charged medicines mop pathogens which have opposite charges. He added that this is a known scientific fact and that viruses and abnormal infected and tumor cells are electrically charged is now known.
Professor Ezeibe said: “Covid-19 virus and Lassa fever virus (DNA viruses) are negatively charged . 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 stabilising agent it enhances efficacy of antimicrobials to achieve effective treatment secondary infections. Effective treatment of secondary infections would cure any viral /abnormal cell diseases including Covid -19 and Lassa fever.”
He expressed confidence that the therapy which had already proved reliable in the treatment of HIV/Aids would make coronavirus a thing of the past. Professor Ezeibe said, however, that those already infested with coronavirus should not come to Nigeria to access the therapy to avoid spread of the virus.
Rather, he advised that countries should make arrangements on how to obtain the therapy for their nationals. Professor Ezeibe said cost is not an issue for now, maintaining that what is important at the moment is to bring cure to the thousands of patients already infested with the virus.