- A Nigerian university scientist has claimed to have found a clinical remedy for HIV/AIDS
- The scientist says his finding comes after years of clinical research
- Nigerian health ministry have now announced that a proper study into the discovery will now be made
Maduike Ezeibe, a scientist at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture in Nigeria, has declared that he has found a clinical remedy for HIV/AIDS.
Speaking to the press recently, Ezeibe said that his finding followed years of clinical research and that he has already presented it at prominent virology conferences around the world
He also said that 10 HIV-positive volunteers have gone through the treatment and its antiviral effects wiped out traces of HIV in their bodies completely.
Nigeria's department of health has now directed medical authorities and institutes in the country to further look into Ezeibe's finding.
The department has however called for cautious optimism and for the public to allow for more clinical tests to establish the medicine's viability.
Nigeria has some of the highest HIV/AIDS infection and prevalence rates globally.
In the video below, Professor Ezeibe explains his remedy.