By Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline. A Nobel peace prize nominee has accused the director-general of the World Health Organisation of allegedly aiding genocide in Ethiopia. American economist David Steinman accused WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, 55, of being a 'crucial decision maker' who directed Ethiopia's security forces actions from to He accused Tedros of being one of three officials who were in charge of the security services over that period, during which the 'killing' and 'torturing' of Ethiopians took place. Tedros was the country's foreign minister until when his Tigray People's Liberation Front party was in power. Raised in Tigray, he also served as Ethiopia's health minister from to before being elected WHO director-general in , the first African to take the role.
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