Be bold, do not accept COVID-19 vaccines from Europe - Professor Gyampo

Be bold, do not accept COVID-19 vaccines from Europe - Professor Gyampo

- Professor Ransford Gyampo has called on African leaders to reject any offer by Western leaders to try coronavirus vaccines on their people

- According to him the death tolls recorded in the Western country are enough to begin trail on them

- He added that foreigners aren’t wiser than Africans in any way

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Outspoken professor at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has called on African leaders to ensure that they reject any offer by Western leaders to try coronavirus vaccines on their people.

He believes the number of cases recorded in such countries are enough for them to start the trials from their countries.

To him, foreigners aren’t wiser than Africans as we have beat them academically in classrooms we shared with them.

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Ghanaians could not have agreed better with Professor Gyampo as they shared their varied thoughts.

Jerry advised that no African leader should take any evil money.

Boat sarcastically said if Mahama was president, he would definitely accept the offer.

Kofi believes the vaccines should be used on their own European people because they are recording the increased deaths.

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Meanwhile, there is outrage among the black population in France and the world after two doctors on live television pushed for Africa to be the first place where coronavirus treatments are tested.

Some world-class footballers from Africa have also expressed their anger and condemned the suggestion made by the French doctors.

Christian Atsu, Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto'o Fils have all lashed out the doctors, saying Africa will not be used for the experiment of the treatment of a potential cure for the deadly coronavirus.

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