Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general behind the World Health Organization’s (W.H.O.) lethal incompetence in handling the coronavirus pandemic, is reportedly ready to seek another five-year term with the United Nations globalist entity.
The Ethiopian career bureaucrat and close friend of the Chinese Communist Party first took the helm of W.H.O. in 2017, and will now stand again. Reuters reports that his backing among African nations would be key to any re-election, his own country’s military accused him in November of supporting and trying to procure arms and diplomatic backing for Tigray state’s dominant political party, which is fighting federal forces.
Also, in October 2017, he named Zimbabwe’s monstrous dictator Robert Mugabe a “goodwill ambassador” to help combat non-communicable diseases in Africa, provoking outrage from medical professionals and human rights groups.
Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are among his detractors. Last year President Trump accused Tedros of not doing enough to hold China to account for concealing the coronavirus outbreak from the rest of the world. In April last year, a petition calling for Tedros to resign over his handling of the pandemic drew more than one million signatures. Tedros ignored the criticism.