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Who Died During the Plandemonium? Exhibit B: Africa
Plandemonium, Part 14
This is going to be a whole lot different than Exhibit A, and will be one of numerous such articles. Fasten your seat belts and return your seats and trays to their upright positions.
African Leaders Who Died During the Plandemonium
This is so stunning that I'm just going to bullet point:
Tanzanian Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Augustine Philip Mahiga died on May 1, 2020 at the age of 74. The career diplomat died of an illness believed to be COVID-19.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli (and Chemist) died of COVID-19 at the age of 61 on March 17, 2021. Magufuli criticized the WHO and fooled them into declaring positive COVID tests on non-human samples (goat and papaya fruit).
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza expelled representatives of the WHO in early 2020. He died on June 8, 2020 at the age of 55, days after the presidential candidate he supported won election as his successor.
Ivory Coast's Prime Minister Hamed Bakayoko died at the age of 56 on March 10, 2021 despite lengthy treatment in France.
Eswatini Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini died at the age of 52 on December 13, 2020, four weeks after testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. He was hospitalized with mild symptoms and said to be responding well to treatment before going swiftly downhill.
Eswatini Minister of Public Service Ntshangase Christian died at the age of 60 from COVID-19 on January 16, 2021.
Eswatini Minister of Labour and Social Security Makhosi Vilakati died at the age of 45 from complications of COVID-19 on January 23, 2021.
At the time of the third of the three Eswatini deaths, more than 14,000 COVID-19 cases had been reported in the country, with fewer than 500 total deaths,or 0.038% of the population. Vaccination began in Eswatini in April 2021. Most COVID-19 deaths occurred in Eswatini since, though the government officials stopped dying.
Malawian Minister of Transport and Public Works and business leader Sidik Mia died of COVID-19 at the age of 55 on January 12, 2021.
Malawian Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Lingson Belekanyama died of COVID-19 also on January 12, 2021.
At the time of the Malawi Minister deaths, 235 people in Malawi had died of COVID-19, or 0.001% of the population. Vaccination began in Malawi in March 2021. Most of Malawi's COVID-19 deaths occurred since that time, though no more government officials are reported to have died of COVID-19.
South African Minister to the President Jackson Mphikwa Mthembu died of COVID-19 at the age of 62 on January 21, 2021. His doctor died in a helicopter crash the same day.
Vice President of Zanzibar Maalim Seif Sharif Hamad died at the age of 77 of COVID-19 on February 17, 2021.
Zimbabwe's Minister of Lands, Agriculture, and Rural Resettlement Perrance Shiri died at the age of 65 on July 29, 2020, one day after being hospitalized for COVID-19.
Zimbabwean Minister of Foreign Affairs Sibuso Moyo died on January 20, 2021 from COVID-19 at the age of 60.
Zimbabwe's Minister of Transportation Joel Matiza died at 60 from COVID-19 on January 22, 2021.
Congolese opposition party leader Guy-Brice Parfait Kolélas died on March 22, 2021 at 61 from COVID-19 during elections after being evacuated to France.
Numerous South African MPs died from COVID-19 including Loyiso Mpumlwana, Pumza Dyantyi, Nomvuzo Shabalala, and Nombulelo Shabalala. Former MP Mncedisi Filtane also died of COVID-19.
South African MP Mthokozisi Nxumalo died in a car wreck in August 2021.
The CFO of South Africa's Gauteng Provincial Government Department of Health Babita Deokaran was assassinated in August 2021. She blew the whistle on a COVID-19 PPE corruption scandal.
Geoff Makhubo, Mayor of Johannesburg, died of COVID-19 at age 53 on July 9, 2021. His successor Jolidee Matongo died weeks later in a car wreck. Matongo's successor Mpho Moerane died in a car wreck a few months later.
South African Queen Noloyiso Sandile died on July 8, 2020, days before her 57th birthday, from COVID-19.
Her brother, King of the Zulu nation, Goodwill Zwelithini, died on March 12, 2021 at age 72.
April 5, 2020, former Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril died after testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. He had also suffered cardiac arrest two weeks prior.
Former Burundi President Pierre Buyoya died of COVID-19 two months after being sentenced to life in prison for his suspected role in a 1993 coup attempt.
On April 12, 2020, Justice Minister of Somalia Khalif Mumin Tohow became just the second COVID-19 death in Somalia.
Guinean politician and Chief of State to the President, Sékou Kourouma died at age 64 from COVID-19 on April 18, 2020.
One day earlier, Amadou Salif Kebe, Head of Guinea's Electoral Commission, died of COVID-19.
Also in April, Victor Traoré, head of Guinea's Interpol bureau, died of COVID-19.
Nigerian lawyer and Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, succumbed to COVID-19 at the age of 67 on April 17, 2020.
Cameroon physician, Dr. Anastasie Akamba, head of a district hospital in the capital, Yaounde, died from COVID--19 on July 10, 2020. As the coach of the women's junior national soccer team, the death was high profile.
Former President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings died on November 12, 2020 at age 73. Rawlings founded the National Democratic Congress and served as Chairman of the Provisional National Defence Council.
Ghana lost a number of skilled medical professionals. These included Medical Professor and renowned Cardiologist Jacob Plange-Rhule who died on April 10, 2020.
Other medical professionals in Ghana who died during the earlier months of the COVID-19 pandemic include Specialist Pediatrician Dr. Harry Boateng, Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Emmanuel Twagirayesu, and Consultant Surgeon Dr. Richard Kisser. Only 331 other COVID-19 deaths were recorded in Ghana during 2020.
Mayor Anthony K. K. Sam of the oil-rich Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana, died from COVID-19 on June 12, 2020.
Ghanaian lawyer and CEO of the Forestry Commission "Sir John" Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie died on July 1, 2020 at age 63 from COVID-19.
Governor of the Nigerian Oyo State Isiaka Abiola Adeyemi Ajimobi died on June 25, 2020 of COVID-19 at the age of 70. He was a Deputy National Chairman of the ruling All Progressive Congress.
Other Nigerian governors to suffer from COVID-19 during 2020 include Seyi Makinde (Oyo State, after Ajimobi passed), Kaduna State's Ahmed El-Rufai, and Bauchi State's Bala Mohammed.
Congolese journalist John Bompengo died from COVID-19 on June 21, 2020 at the age of 52. Bompengo handled coverage of the Ebola outbreak in 2018.
Eritrean diplomat Afwerki Abraha died on May 13, 2020 in England despite having no prior health issues.
Somali Ambassador to Egypt Abdikani Mohamed Wa'ays died of COVID-19 on May 10, 2020.
Former Somali Prime Minister Nur Adde died of COVID-19 on April 1, 2020 while in the London.
Somali musician known as Hudeidi, considered one of the founding fathers of modern Somali music, died from COVID-19 on April 8, 2020. He was also in London at the time.
Niger's Minister of Employment and Labor, Mohamed Ben Omar, died on May 3, 2020 at the age of 55 from COVID-19.
Bishop Silas Njiru became the 17th Kenyan to die from COVID-19 on April 28, 2020.
Amadou Salif Kébé, Chairman of Guinea's Election Body, died on April 17, 2020 of COVID-19. He was just the third known person to die from the disease in the whole nation.
The popular high profile Senegalese football journalist, agent, and administrator Pape Diouf died from COVID-19 on March 31, 2020.
The first Zimbabwean casualty of COVID-19 was 30-year-old journalist Zororo Makamba on March 23, 2020, days after returning from a trip to New York City.
A chronological list of COVID-19 deaths of South African government officials shows a strong bias to the early going during the plandemonium.
The deaths of so many African leaders is so statistically jarring that a paper was published in the BMJ on the topic (Falisse et al, 2021). Suggestions that public policy might have driven the deaths diverge with the observation of low COVID-19 morbidity among the nations of Africa, even if underreporting of cases is true.
Deaths of African officials notably stopped almost entirely after vaccines were rolled out, which is surprising given that the reverse trend took place among the general populations.
Addendum: I added additional deaths of high profile leaders in Africa. I will continue to add more. Some of them came from the excellent work of The Naked Emperor. I have asked that he at least don some underwear during collaboration.