"Where white people believe that they are so superior that racism and stupidity are the norm".
African football legend Drogba said Africa is not a testing lab and attempts to demean Africans should be resisted.
Locht agreed with the suggestion: "You are right".
Outraged Senegal star Demba Ba shared the video on social media and called for uproar.
Professors Jean-Paul Mira of Cochin Hospital in Paris and Camille Locht of INSERM (France's national medical research centre) were debating possible COVID-19 cures on French television channel La Chaine Info on Thursday, and Mira asked: "If I may be provocative, should this study not be done in Africa?"
In prostitutes, we try things because we know that they are highly exposed and that they do not protect themselves.
The comments, which came on a Television program, were made regarding the potential BCG vaccine, one among the numbers of drugs that are being considered as an antidote against COVID-19. A bit like we did in some studies on AIDS.
He said: 'We are in the process of thinking about a study in parallel in Africa'.
"It is totally inconceivable we keep on cautioning this", he wrote on Twitter.
"I strongly denounce these serious, racist and contemptuous remarks!"
Drogba took to Twitter on Friday and the two-time African Footballer of the Year exclaimed that African people shouldn't be used "as guinea pigs". "Africa isn't yours to play with".
"African leaders have a responsibility to protect people from these horrendous conspiracies". "Africa is not a laboratory".
Vaccines must go through rigorous testing and development stages before they can be approved for widespread use and enter mass production.
The coronavirus has affected more than a million people worldwide with more than 53,000 deaths.
The spread of the coronavirus it has accelerated in the last few weeks in Africa and already affects up to 50 of the 54 countries on the continent with over 7,100 cases and 291 deaths, after Malawi announced its first three infections.