Adeboye queries govt for making COVID-19 vaccine compulsory

Adeboye queries govt for making COVID-19 vaccine compulsory

Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has slammed state governors who force Nigerians to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Governor of Edo State recently demanded that all citizens take the vaccine and get a card before being allowed entry to public areas in the state, according to DAILY POST.

Despite a court order from a Port Harcourt, Rivers High Court directing the government to maintain the status quo on the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for citizens, Governor Godwin Obaseki maintained that his government’s directive of no access to public places without being vaccinated remains in effect.

However, at the October Holy Ghost Service, Adeboye questioned why certain state governors are requiring Nigerians to take the vaccine before they can enter banks and churches, despite the fact that the country’s supply of vaccine doses is insufficient.

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“The amount of dosages accessible in the country is insufficient to treat even 10% of the country’s population. So you’re saying that anyone who doesn’t get the vaccine won’t be able to go to the bank or church?

“This means that 90% of the populace will be unable to access their funds. I’m sure you’re aware that we’ll have to return to the days of keeping money.

“Well, I think they’re just trying to make us laugh, because you know how funny Nigerians are Adeboye said.

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