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Expert- Why Ladi Williams COVID-19 Death Despite Taking Vaccines

Expert- Why Ladi Williams COVID-19 Death Despite Taking Vaccines

The President of Nigerian Infectious Diseases Society (NIDS), Prof. Dimie Ogoina, has explained why Kunle William died of COVID-19 despite taking the two jabs of COVID-19 vaccine.

INDEPENDENT reports that the deceased Kunle Wil­liams is a son to a senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Ladi Williams. Information Guide Nigeria

Speaking, Prof. Dimie Ogoina who is also a Profes­sor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Niger Delta Universi­ty and Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital, Bayelsa State has revealed that when a person is vaccinated, there is nothing that provides 100 per­cent proof of protection.

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According to Ogoina, ”Vaccines do not pro­vide 100 percent protection. If you look at the clinical trials for the Pfizer vaccine for instance, it is 97 percent efficacy, which means that for every 100 per­sons, there are three persons that may not be protected”. Jamb Results

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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