It is meant to kill people says a Nigerian Governor, as he reject Covid – 19 Vaccines

Nigeria News Politics POLITICSLOCAL NEWS Nigerian governor rejects COVID-19 vaccine, says it is meant to kill people 10 minutes ago read comments by  Aanu Adegun – The governor of Kogi, Yahaya Bello, has passionately rejected coronavirus vaccine – According to the governor, there are plans to use it to introduce some disease that will kill people – Recall that the quest for vaccines to curb the menace of the ravaging corona virus is being prioritised by every nation In what will come as a surprise to many people around the world, a Nigerian governor has rejected COVID-19 vaccine claiming that it is meant to kill people. Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state consequently discouraged the use of COVID-19 vaccine. The Cable reports that while addressing a crowd, Bello doubted the authenticity of the vaccine. He was quoted to have claimed that the vaccine wants to be used to introduce a disease that will kill people.
Governor Yayaya Bello has claimed that COVID -19 vaccine is meant to kill.
The governor said: “Vaccines are being produced in less than one year of COVID-19.

There is no vaccine yet for HIV, malaria, cancer, headache and for several other diseases that are killing us. They want to use the (COVID-19) vaccines to introduce the disease that will kill you and us. God forbid.”

He went down memory lane to the time Pfizer polio vaccines was blamed for the crippling and death of children in Kano, saying, “we have learned our lessons.” “If they say they are taking the vaccines in the public allow them take their vaccines. Don’t say I said you should not take it but if you want to take it open your eyes before you take the vaccines.”

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), 86 deaths were recorded across the country within a week, with 1,617 fresh infections recorded in 17 states and the Federal Capital Territory on Monday, January 18. With this, a total of 1,449 persons have now died of COVID-19 complications in Nigeria with 14 new fatalities as the latest.

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