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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Panic In Port Harcourt As Parents Run To Schools To Withdraw Kids Over Monkey Pox Injection Alarm

Whoever is spreading this false news must be having fun at the expense of Parents and little Children.
A False alarm was set off today in Port Harcourt that Monkey pox injections was being administered in Primary Schools...The Parents reactions?Schools are currently empty!!!








Port Harcourt Blog Visitors,please tell us the situation of things there....who saw the supposed Army with the injections?Any photos?


56 comments:

  1. There's no smoke without fire

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    1. What baffles me the most is that the northern part of the country is plagued with different kind of diseases yet the military are not doing anything there.
      Why forcefully vaccinate kids abi which kin over sabinus attitude is this.

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    2. Exactly??? And you will come out claiming to be educated. Some Nigerians are just foolish

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    3. Are soldiers now health officials???

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  2. Soldiers should stop this their immunization nonsense.

    Haba!

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    1. Why blame soldiers for the stupidity of some parents who are prepared to believe anything. Where in the world have you heard of the government deliberately infecting kids with viruses. Has it ever happened in our nation? outside foolishness what other reason would any parent believe the government will pump viruses into into Innocent kids. These rumour started in the east to discredit the government and some assholes are spreading the trash everywhere.

      Josephine the great

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  3. Something must have triggered the situation.

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  4. Stella no be small run ooo.When my wife called me to go pick up my son.I was busy forming civilised man...Telling her its all lies.But not until she threatened me with suicide and divorce if any thing should happened to my son.Na there you see me and Hussein Bolt competing in run.Come see parents running helter every where as if war don start.SMH.Nigerians eeeh!

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    1. I heard the news as well. I called my kids school and they said the school was on lock down. No one could enter and no child could leave till closing time...I believe it's a rumour, though I heard some sort of polio vaccination is going on, don't know how true that is but as of now, the roads are empty

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    2. Illiterates.

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    3. My darling My two kobo no bi small thing oooh.

      Anno 15:27.Don't worry God go hear your prayers soon .hohohohoho!

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    4. Please I need to mail u concerning the orphanage visit. Thank u

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    5. Heard the gist but since my children's sch did not call, did not bother to go. Though when i picked them up by 4.30 heard some parents came to pick up their wards but where not allowed. The rumour started from one of the rumu areas according to them oh. They Went to a community and injected the kids and two reacted to it and died.

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  5. It is just a rumor and not a funny one..

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  6. Enter your comment...
    The same thing occurred here in Ondo state. For now all the schools are closed over the fear of forceful immunization

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  7. Haba what exactly is happening everybody living in fear
    This country tire me

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    1. Buhari is just a failure. Every bad thing is taking place during his tenure.
      Faked leader, failed leader, dead leader.

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  8. After python dance, comes operation monkey dance...

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  9. The military should carry their fake medical crusade and leave. People don't want . Na by force?

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    1. Don't you get it? It's not the military, it's killer people forming military!

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    2. Don't you get it? It's not the military, it's killer people forming military!

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  10. The school called me to come pick my child. When i got there by 11 only 5kids left in the sch with teachers. They said they'll contact us on when the sch will reopen. Its more srz than pictures

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    1. The thing is funny shaa! Truth is that the whole of south east and south south has lost trust in the Nigerian army. The operation python dance brought more negativity than otherwise.


      DontQuoteMe™

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    2. Elastic stick to your south east. I live in the south-south and l still trust the military

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    3. Anon you be ode... Like Rivers, delta, edo and bayelsa that witnessed the same chaos are not part of south south.


      DontQuoteMe™

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    4. We had the same threat today, we had to beef up security. Closed at our regular time. Port Harcourt, it is well with u

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  11. God please help us.

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  12. You can't just come to immunize school children without adequate sensitization.stella this is not a rumour. Why try to inject children by force if their intentions are genuine? The army has a lot of questions to answer oooo

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    1. The military did not go to any school in Rivers state to immunize children. Most of you are just paranoid and silly. The military has never gone to any school to immunise children any where in our federation, not even in the east where some infantile idiots started these rumours. Because some of the fools peddling these rumours have educated ignoramuses like you who believe their deliberate efforts to disturb our peace, they are now moving from state to state.

      Alexander

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    2. The military did not go to any school for immunisation. How can any reasonable individual believe the military is immunising kids forcibly.

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  13. WTF is going on this country.

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    1. First the fake immunisation was primarily to reduce the population of the south east. So are they also planning to reduce the population of the south west and Rivers? To think those who claim to be educated believe this trash.

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  14. Around my area, no panic,I didn't even see any parent running helter skelter here, atleast I was around dietams, nothing..so I dunno.
    My own is, so far so good, nobody has any damn evidence of any immunization.

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    1. Exactly, I stay off Odili road and roads are all empty. Nothing! I don't know where they saw the 'helter-skelter'...

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    2. Yes it was calm at dietams, some parents reached out and dietams said all was call, I'm sure it's because of the location- inside an estate

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    3. Unnecessary rumours. The army debunked this rumour this morning in Nigeria info. Some wicked souls spreading such rumour causing unnecessary panic. My son goes to dayspring, I didn't bait an eyelid as I know he's safe. The school sef will not let you near thier gate with thier well armed mopol.
      I just picked him up now and he's fine... Guess when I paid the fees I paid for peace of mind too.

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    4. Blackberry so u live in my area! good to know

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    5. Most kids from schools in d/line were running...parents were fighting with school staff.It was serious!

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    6. Do you reside in Abuja? It was written in the son's communication book that their will be an immunization exercise tomorrow, that I should indicate if I want for my child.

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    7. 16:50 did the school tell you the military will forcibly immunise your kids. I honestly don't know why some are delusional over infantile rumours

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  15. Hmm... It is not funny at all... Schools in my Area are closed. Even when the teachers assured parents of their safety. Whosai! Come and see James Bond parents with their children rushing out of the school premises. Infact,in my street a child collapsed on the way home because of the panic (sorry I couldn't snap because of the panic)... It is well.

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  16. Na Wetin the APC government want be dis. Na so fear fear don full this region while dem dey jolificate for Dem side. God dey

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  17. See drama as parents came to my school to collect their kids.
    They rate of their response is amazing
    Anyway I am not sure if there was actually any vaccination going on

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  18. From Anambra, to Edo,now PH, please this so called soldiers should stop all this Biko,

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    1. Where in Edo, l live in Edo and kids school here. Nothing happened here.

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  19. I teach in a school..if u see parents trying to pull down our gate cos we told dem to wait till after close of school they recused.they threatened to withdraw their kids so we had no choice than to release their kids to them..i even have a video..

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  20. Lol If this is true why t forceful immunization? We are not suffering from polio in this part of the country why not take it to the the northern part of the country, where we have more children suffering from one disease or the oda. Was around rumuokoro today schools where shot down

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  21. Their is no smoke without fire, I wonder why some people see this as a mere rumour.

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  22. It happend in schools at town area today o! Stella it was not a small thing some students running , some crying fulani army men chasing them. Even in woji.

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  23. Menh if u believe this nonsense you just won the most gullible award. Taaaah no wonder the politicians can always get away with just any thing and laugh your sorry asses with expensive champagne

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  24. I don't believe this story at all. It doesn't make any sense and I wonder why people will believe it.

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