Kogi denies cash-for-COVID-vaccine allegation

Kogi denies cash-for-COVID-vaccine allegation

Kogi State Primary Health Care Development Agency (KSPHCDA) has denied the allegations that the agency demands money for COVID-19 vaccines.Information Guide Nigeria

PM NEWS reports that an NGO, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) recently alleged that vaccine administrators in Kogi State demanded money from people before vaccinating them.

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However, according to a statement by the Executive Director of the agency, Dr Abubakar Yakubu, the report was misleading and far from the reality of COVID-19 vaccination in the state.

Dr Abubakar Yakubu noted that the agency had been engaging in high-level social sensitisation and mobilisation advocacy across communities in Kogi state.Jamb Result

According to PM NEWS, Yakubu, ”How can something we are practically persuading people to take now be the same thing we are demanding for money before administering?

”The state government completely rejects the report and thereby demand for an immediate and unreserved apology from the publisher of the fake news as well as its generator, CITAD“.

He added, “Failure to tender the apology, the government will be forced to take punitive measures against the NGO and its collaborators”.

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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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