Covid19 has taken its toll on the lives of people across the world. It's such a great news to know that Nigeria has been given a vaccine to help stop the spread of the virus across the country. It's such a big step towards having a safe world again.
Governor Yahaya Bello remains adamant on his stance about the Covid19 vaccine. Yahya Bello believes the vaccine is not meant for the people of Kogi State. This statement came after he confirmed that the state is not suffering from Covid19.
Many criticised Governor Yahaya Bello for taking the virus unserious. However, he has been able to manage the situation well as we've not recorded any new case in the state.
Kogi State Senator, Dino Melaye has reacted to the statement of Yahaya Bello. According to him, Yahaya Bello needs to take the vaccine because he got a share when the government was sharing palliatives. I guess Dino Melaye is right about this! The people of Kogi State should also be given a share of the vaccination because they had a fair share of the palliatives.
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