Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the current director of the World Health Organization (WHO) has been arrested by Interpol and is being held in prison for crimes against humanity and genocide. This comes as police agencies across the world have begun targeting politicians, businessmen, and corporate leaders for their role in the “plandemic,” and for pushing unnecessary and deadly vaccines on the human population.

Ghebreyesus’ is the first member of the WHO to be charged with crimes against humanity. Even if he is not given the death penalty, Ghebreyesus will likely spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted.

Interpol recently issued an arrest warrant for Ghebreyesus and he was caught on an airplane trying to escape to Africa with a large amount of cash and expensive jewelry. He is being transported to Holland to stand trial for his crimes. If found guilty, he faces the death penalty.

Born in the African country of Eritrea, Dr Tedros holds a multitude of university degrees, including a Master of Science (MSc) in Immunology of Infectious Diseases from the University of London.

Ghebreyesus has faced calls for arrest previously, due to his promotion of the dangerous, untested Covid-19 vaccine. Thousands of people worldwide have died as a result of the vaccine, something that the media has been hiding from the public.

Interpol confirmed with the Vancouver Times that Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates are also under investigation and could face similar charges.