Abbay Media News
WHO elected Dr. Tedros Adhanom, the first African, as its next Director General. In doing so the organization chose to side with a tyrant and killer.
From 186 eligible members of WHO 121 of them voted for Dr. Adhanom and helped him to replace the former director, Margaret Chan, who served the Organization for the last ten years.
In his acceptance speech, Dr. Tedros Adhanom promised to work hard for the weak and the poor. He also reiterated to give quick response for any future health disasters that may arise anywhere in the world.
It is to be reminded the 52 years old Tedros has served as Health and Foreign Minister for the minority led Ethiopian regime. His opponents accuse him hiding the cholera epidemic from the world community while he was health minister of Ethiopia.