The Malagasy President said the meeting followed the invitation by World Health Organization to register the drug for clinical trials, adding that his country would prove the effectiveness of the COVID Organics.
Government has stated, emphatically, that it has never requested Madagascar to supply Ghana with Covid-Organics, the supposed cure for the deadly coronavirus.
His comments came a few days after WHO's Africa head said they are in touch with Madagascar over CVO.
Ghana reaches out to Madagascar for its Covid-19 herbal remedy
Madagascar said that the "COVID-Organics" has been developed by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research and its President.
Additionally, Ghanaian herbal drug manufacturers have their products being tested for productiveness by the Food and Drugs Authority, he said.
On local news outlet Citi TV, the Chief Executive Officer of Ghana's Food and Drug Authority (FDA) Mimi Delese Darko said "Yes, we've read about it (the herbal drug) but what we also look out for is evidence so you can not just put a drug or a herbal product on the market without evidence and say it treats a disease".More news: Victoria's Secret to permanently close 250 stores across Canada and US
Madagascar's President, Andry Rajoelina has already urged farmers in his country to grow more of the artemisia plant.
"We have asked that it [should] be made available to us and like all drugs, it will be tested by FDA and in this case by the Center for Plant Medicine and if proven efficacious, we can recommend its use".
It said it had the potential to damage people's health as its "scientific evidence had not been established".More news: Covid 19 coronavirus: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant
President Rajoelina had described as condescending the criticisms against the drug.More news: Target closes 167 stores in massive company restructure