Popular Nigerian Senator who is also known for his activeness on social media has taken to his official Twitter handle to speak ill about the Covid-19 vaccine that is set to be administered to Nigerians nationwide.
Recall that on Saturday, the ministry monitoring the importation of the vaccine said that the vaccine will be available in Nigeria on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021. And Nigerians who are interested in taking the vaccine will have to register via an online platform where they will provide necessary details about them and when they wish to have the vaccine administered into their body.
While reacting to this, Senator Dino Melaye said,
“Covid vaccine dey cure hunger? The vaccine go stop terrorism, bandits and kidnapping? If no...Bubu comot for road jare. Give me boli make I chop I beg. SDM.”
While this might be considered a joke, social media users have read several meanings to this. See some of the reactions below;
"If the Covid-19 vaccine won't cure hunger and stop bandits, I don't want”- Senator Dino Melaye.
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