”COVID-19 Vaccines Are Meant To Kill People”-Gov Yahaya Bello Warns Nigerians

Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has revoked the use of the COVID-19 vaccine, asserting that the jabs are intended to kill people.


Nigeria is currently going through the second and more fatal wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, announced a total of 1,000 cases everyday.


The Nigerian authorities have also declared that the vaccine will reach the country soon, pledging that any vaccine endorsed by the COVID-19 Presidential Task Force will be healthy for Nigerians.

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President Muhammad Buhari and his Vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, will receive the vaccine on live television,


collaborating with other world powers, including Joe Biden and Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, who are motivating their citizens to embrace it.


The number one Kogi State citizen, however, thinks differently. In a video that went viral, while addressing a mass of people,

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Bello stated that  vaccine is intended to kill people rather than be a source of recovery.


Vaccines are manufactured for COVID-19 in less than one year. For HIV, malaria, cancer, headache, and many other diseases that kill us,


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there is still no vaccine. To expose the disease that will kill you and us, they want to use the (COVID-19) vaccines. God  Forbid,” he stated.


During the Pfizer polio vaccines that paralyzed and murdered our children, we should take our minds back to the situation in Kano. We’ve got our lessons learned.


If they tell the public they are taking vaccines, allow them to take their vaccines. Don’t assume I said you shouldn’t take it, but open your eyes if you want to take it, before you take your vaccine.


In the meantime, 1,617 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed by the NCDC in the country on Tuesday, with Lagos top of the list with 776 positive cases.


With the agency announcing 147, 131 and 102 respectively, Kaduna, Kwara and the Federal Capital Territory also recorded high rates.


The nation now has 112,004 cases reported in total, 89,939 discharged patients and 1,449 fatalities.

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