Pastor Nga’ng’a Bashes French Doctors Who Wanted to Test Coronavirus Vaccine in...

Pastor Nga’ng’a Bashes French Doctors Who Wanted to Test Coronavirus Vaccine in Africa


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Controversial Neno Evangelism founder Pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a is breathing fire after a video of French doctors revealing their intentions of testing the COVID-19 vaccine in Africa went viral.

During a sermon with a few of his congregants, the controversial pastor, who never shy away from expressing his feelings, accused the French doctors of being racist.

Pastor Ng’ang’a went on to curse them for treating Africans like dogs.

“You want to test medicine in Africa first? You’ll die you, devils. Are we dogs so that you try it on us? We have actually lost fewer lives than you,’ he said.

Ng’ang’a added that we Africans were going to fight and use even traditional medicine to outlive the disease.

He reminded the European nations that they were the ones losing many lives every day cursing them for even thinking in that manner.

“This is like a cold we will just take Mwarubaini and pray to God and it will go away. We are not dying as you are, may you be cursed,” Ng’ang’ a  added.

French Doctor’s coronavirus vaccine proposal

In a television discussion that has become swiftly infamous, two French doctors one of them the head of an intensive care unit in Paris suggested trials for vaccines against COVID-19 should be conducted upon African patients.

“It may be provocative. Should we not do this study in Africa where there are no masks, no treatment or intensive care, a little bit like it’s been done for certain AIDS studies, where among prostitutes, we try things, because we know that they are highly exposed and don’t protect themselves?” said Jean-Paul Mira, head of the intensive care unit at the Cochin Hospital in Paris.

Camille Locht, research director at France’s national health institute, Inserm, agreed: “You are right. And by the way, we are thinking of in parallel about a study in Africa using this same approach.”


Watch Pastor Ng’ang’a’s video.

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