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I Will Withdraw My Child From Going To School If They Force Covid-19 Vaccine On Them - Apst Suleman

One of the popular Nigerian pastors, Apostle Johnson Suleman has been spotted in a video preaching for his church members over the Covid-19 vaccine. He said non of his family are going to take the vaccine and also promised he's going withdraw his child from going to school if the Nigerian government force students to take the vaccine.

I believe you are fully aware that the coronavirus vaccine has arrived in Nigeria as the Nigerian president plus other State governors and many other Nigerians have received the vaccine. The name of the vaccine which was transferred to Nigeria is called AstraZeneca, and it was allegedly said that what everyone has been taking and it's what all other citizens will take too.

Apostle Suleman while speaking against the virus made everyone understand that he's not speaking from a spiritual perspective this time, he's talking from the medical observation that the virus is not good.

He said after one takes the vaccine, you will still have to wear your face mask, maintain social distancing and follow all Covid-19 protocols, despite taking its alleged cure.

I heard some countries make it a must for their citizens, covid-19 vaccine shouldn't be a do or die affair, it should be voluntary. Did you think you will take the same jab all the president, governors, and other politicians are taking? the Apostle says.

Apostle Suleman said it's not healthy to take the vaccine and he and his family will not take it, even if the Nigerian government compulsory it for students in all schools, he will withdraw his child from going to school so as for them not to take it.

Watch the video here.

He hereby clear to people that it's not that he's trying to mislead people, but he who likes to take it can take it. But as a pastor, he's advising people not to take it.

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