- Nigerian army has denied reports that its operatives are vaccinating people in Abuja
- The army was responding to allegations that Suleja area of the federal capital territory has been thrown into a state of confusion over the vaccination
- Rivers state witnessed similarly confusion recently
The Nigerian army on Wednesday, October 18, denied reports that its operatives are vaccinating people at the Suleja area of Abuja, the federal government capital.
The army made this denial in response to a tweet by a Nigerian who goes by the name AD3 on twitter.
AD3 asked "@HQNigerianArmy there was panic somewhere around Suleja today. Army accompanying people giving vaccination. Yet 2 verify. Is this true and why."
In response, the army flatly denied the allegation, saying: "Not true."
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had previously reported that Rivers state was reportedly thrown into confusion with parents withdrawing their children from their various school over fresh Nigerian army vaccination.
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NAIJ.com gathered this through a phone call from one of the parents on Tuesday, October 17, who alleged that army wanted to forcefully inject the kids with the pox virus.
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