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Kogi People Are Not Guinea Pigs, See What Yahaya Bello Said About Covid-19 Vaccine

Since the arrival of the Covid-19 vaccine to Nigeria, there has been a lot of controversy about its authenticity and reliability, especially when it has to do with humans.

While President Muhammad Buhari and vice-president Prof. Yemi Osinbajo have been scheduled to Publicly get vaccinated tomorrow for everyone to see, the governor of Kogi State has vowed not to take the vaccine.

According to the governor, Nigeria and the world at large have fought sickness, plagues, and even viruses that were more severe than the covid-19. The Governor said after all he's not even sick, that he's healthy at the moment for that reason he will not be vaccinated.

Governor Yahaya Bello said if the president wants to get the country vaccinated that there's no problem, he's the boss with the final say, and will always do whatever he can to keep his people safe.

Describing the recent vaccination process, the governor said he will stay this way, so will Kogi people because they're not guinea pigs who get vaccines to stay healthy. Do you think, Governor Yahaya Bello is taking the right decision?

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@Dazzle "And he wants to govern Nigeria, with this kind of mindset? Anyways the bar has been set low, otherwise, why would someone like him even attempt governing intelligent people?

But let him speak for himself and not decide for his people whether to take the vaccine or not."

@Nandi "And he wants to be president?. He sounds ignorant at this point. For vaccines to be considered safe, they would have been tested on animals and humans. Vaccines are not just put in use without proper testing. It's personal for him, he should not discourage others from taking it."

@Nwoke "Stage managed, for your mind, you are playing politics with Nigerians. 2023 presidency loading. Yahaya Bello will respond to all most everything now to make him appear fresh and fascinating to the Nigerian populace. Less I forget, they are grooming him for 2023."

Remember, Nigerians are watching, especially his followers, and the people of Kogi State, if they all decide to behave like him, it will affect the smooth movement of the vaccines.

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