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How did a human rights abuser end up running the WHO – and how is he still there?

12 June 2020

2:49 PM

12 June 2020

2:49 PM

In 1348, the Black Death killed between 30 to 50% of the entire population of Britain. In one of the greatest health crisis to affect the world since then who was selected as the person to lead the global effort to fight COVID-19? Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. 

Tedros should never have nominated for the position of Director-General of the World Health Organisation.

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