Redeemer’s university to announce cure for monkey pox
By Olaide Osayemi
According to the Directorate of Corporate Affairs, Redeemer’s University Mr Adetunji Adeleye, the university’s team of experts are working and would soon announce solutions to the viral disease.
Mr Adetunji said “currently, we have Monkeypox in the country and the whole nation is looking towards the institution for a solution.” Our team of experts are working day and night and very soon they will announce their findings he said.
“Redeemer’s University is now the African Powerhouse as it played a major role in ensuring Ebola was kicked out of the country.”
Backing up this statement, Prof. Zacheus Adeyewa, the Vice Chancellor of the university, at the pre-convocation press conference of the university’s ninth convocation said the Federal Government is still owing the University a sum of $375,000 spent on research aimed at preventing the spread of Ebola virus in 2014.
He added that the Institution’s African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases has become the best rated among its peers in Africa through its profound research outputs, innovation and manpower development for the continent.
According to reports, there is no known cure yet for Monkeypox but it is said that it can be managed. “A team of experts and researchers are currently working to find medical solutions to Monkeypox” said Mr Adetunji Adeleye.