Mandatory Vaccination of Public Servants, a Wrong Policy —Apostle Moses


Apostolic Christianity Network coordinator Apostle Moses Oludele described compulsory vaccination of public servants by the federal government as a flawed policy.

Speaking with reporters at a penultimate briefing on Friday in Lagos, Oludele said there were many issues that required attention, unanswered questions, valid and reasonable doubts that were raised daily about vaccines and they need to be treated.

He postulated that it is established that with other variants, even vaccinated people could still contract the virus and infect others.

The cleric said it takes around 10 to 15 years of research and clinical studies to develop a standard vaccine before it’s released to the public, depending on medical history.

“The current vaccine against COVID-19 was developed in nine months. So a 15-year study and process was streamlined and narrowed down to nine months. In light of this ditching of the proven medical tradition, is it unreasonable that people are skeptical?

“Several side effects have been attributed to these COVID-19 vaccines around the world, ranging from blood clots, neurological damage, pain, rash, abdominal pain, menstrual changes in women and death.

“These are the short-term effects, the long-term effects have not been studied and unknown since these vaccines have never been used. Should someone be forced to use a product whose side effect is death? He inquired.

Meanwhile, the apostle Moses acknowledged the devastation and damage caused by the coronavirus; the millions of lives that have been cut short by the pandemic, associated diseases and collateral damage due to side effects associated with vaccination and medical practices.


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