Malam Malam Shamuna Ustaz Jibril, known for his spiritual interpretations and predictions, has descended on the Ebola pandemic attributing it to the consumption of carcasses.
He has challenged medical researchers to probe the effects of the consumption of the carcasses of felines.
He disagreed that the disease is transmitted through handshake explaining that ‘it can be passed through coughing and blood transfusion and therefore not by handshakes.’
The disease, for now, he said, has no cure but there are medicines that could suppress it.
With time, however, he said he would come up with some recommendations.
Until then, he said those who are suspected of infection should chew tobacco leaves or bitter leaves and drink honey.
To doctors dealing with infected patients, he said, ‘They should inhale tobacco leaves and wash their hands with ‘dawadawa’ solution followed by the chewing of the ‘dawadawa’ seeds.
Those who wash the dead bodies should put tobacco leaves and seeds into the moth, ears, nose with fresh tobacco leaves.
Earlier, bitter kola was presented as something which could prevent people catching the disease.
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