The World Health Assembly blamed the Pope's speech about condoms, calling it "inconsistent with science and the Catholic belief"
During his visit in Africa, the pope failed to address the root of all African problems. Instead, he was caught talking about problems like condoms, witchcraft and corruption. The 81-year old pontiff spoke about corruption in front of Jose Eduardo Santos, the president of Angola, who is believed to promote corruption in his government for the past 30 years in power. Africa Matata interviewed a former teacher from Uvira, Congo, who lives in Philadelphia USA. He complained about the fact that the pope turned out to be more of a political personality than a religious one. He asked this question: "On his first official trip to our continent, did the pope even think about what caused the war in Angola for 25 years? Did he apologize for what Europe did to Africa? Since he celebrates the 500th arrival of missionaries in the Sub-Sahara, did he offer apologies to the Africans for the monsters they create?"
Most Africans cannot blame the pope for all the weapons sold to kill women and children in Angola, but it is clear that most of the African people expected more concrete solutions and different approach instead of him talking about condoms and witchcraft.
The pope arrived on Friday from Cameroon on a week-long visit ending in Angola.