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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Anambra State Govt Press Release On Army Men Allegedly Injecting Pupils With Monkey Pox Disease.

It took me the me a lot of will power to stop laughing after reading this and imagining how the rumour started and became viral....






PRESS STATEMENT: ARMY MEDICAL OUTREACH

The attention of the State Government has been drawn to an on going medical outreach being undertaken by the Army in Ozubulu, Ekwusigo Local Government Area.


The State has been made to understand that the exercise is part of Army social responsibility to members of the public.


However, strong apprehension among the populace has followed the exercise leading to withdrawal of students from schools by parents, misconception of the actual motive behind the exercise by stakeholders, community leaders and a general reservation by the public for whom the outreach is intended.


To this end and to ensure no further escalation of the situation, His Excellency the Governor, Chief Willie Obiano has contacted the Army Authories and advised for immediate stoppage of the medical outreach until wide sensitization is conducted to reassure people of its intentions and benefits. The exercise has therefore been put on hold.


Parents and guardians are strongly advised to stop withdrawing their wards from schools as the situation has been handled. All schools within the State will remain open as there is no cause for alarm! Community leaders, Presidents General and all Stakeholders are hereby reassured of the commitment of the Governor and the State Government to the wellbeing of Ndi Anambra.


The State Government also strongly condemns observed rhetorics on social media completely misrepresenting the situation with insinuations of spread of diseases and death of students in schools arising from the exercise. The State categorically refutes these rhetorics and confirms that there is no death of any student anywhere in the State. Mischief makers are warned to desist from spreading falsehood. 

Anambra remains calm and peaceful!


Thank you!


Prof Solo Chukwulobelu
Secretary to the State Government.




*Amanda how far?LOL..Please come and gist us if you were involved in this panic.

49 comments:

  1. I have received tons of phone calls from my people in the east because of this.chaiπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    1. My Lil sis came back from school today panting and sweating, she has been running from the army people!! How can you came into a school unannounced and start administering injections with force to everyone including the teachers???? You come into a nursery and a primary school and force the kids to take an unknown injection?? according to my kid sis and her brother, pupils were jumping down from the 3rd floor to escape,some of these students where stabbed with the injections?? Can u image?? I just thank God that they can back safely to me! The Nigerian system is something els, they have previously gone to order schools before reaching theirs, kids where scared to receive any injections,because they were looking scary and unprofessional. this happened in Enugu.

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  2. Y won't the people panic after the army initiated operation egwu eke,now they want us to believe that they are doing humanitarian services

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  3. Oriaku Amanda Favour I saw you today speeding like James Bond with your keke napep ....Lol .
    I hope every where is calm now?

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    1. LMAO 😁
      Hahahaha 😁
      See you guys tomorrow on SP . Lemme rest small biko

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  4. Not just anambra ooo... Even here in imo state. My ward even got missing as a result of d so called rumour. Today was his first day at school so wen pple started running he ran with dem n followed a route his not familiar with. Thank God for d intervention of a good samaritan that found him in a very far place and now called my husband. Luckiky for us my hubby gave him our fone no wen he was dropping him off today...lol

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    1. Madam you are really lucky, some people will just start rumours to create panic that would cause fear in the community.

      It is well


      LEPπŸ˜›

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  5. But why didn't the state government inform parents and teachers earlier about the vaccine or whatever?...
    Army social responsibilities ke?...I'm begining to believe something is fishy...

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    1. Thank you oh queen πŸ‘‘
      Something is definitely fishy!
      When did the army start immunizing kids bikonu?
      No school for my kids till further notice biko!

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    2. Inata go from ije gi?😁
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      I refuse to take you serious...

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    3. When did army started giving immunization? Everything about this government towards ndigbo is wrong!

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    4. Queen no mind them. They get plan.

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    5. Dummies army personnel carry out outreach programs from time to time. Where is the biafran spirit small false biological war you people are running helter skelter.

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  6. I called one of my cousins in Anambra and he confirmed some children died after taking the vaccine this morning...

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    1. You and your cousin are both deranged, I hope the both of u will be able to defend this comment of yours when they come for u. Anuofia

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    2. What business does the army have in administering injections/vaccines of any sort on a civilian population? Was there prior notice or awareness campaign about such a sensitive exercise? Or it was just ordered by fiat by oga 4 top? Why is this vaccination necessary at this point in time? What other states, especially, in the north are undergoing same? Health issues like this juxtaposed with high distrust of the authorities, could further lead to tensions between the residents and Nigerian army and needs to be checked asap. QED@atm

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  7. LMAO 😁
    Hahahaha 😁,it wasn't funny then oh!!!!
    I will gist you guys tomorrow morning about how my rescue mission went...LMAO 😁
    I'm still recovering πŸ˜‚
    *fans self* oso ndu agwu Ike..LMAO 😁

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. Hahahhahah, nwanne odighi agwu ike oooo

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  8. I just remembered Obiano went to see Vuharia the other day...
    Could it be a collaboration with Vuharia to kill our children in Igbo land?..
    Initially,I thought it was a rumor but it's real!...

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    1. Wow...in your mind now...you made perfect sense. Children in igboland are so special. The world is conspiring to kill them off. Too many undiagnosed schizophrenic pΓ tients living amongst us.

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    2. Shut up anons, why will the army give immunization in the East without proper sensetaization considering their hiccups with Eastern's, and yes they tried forcing students with their injection why will they do that?

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  9. My dear, same here in awka oo.haaa!wahala dey do. Thank God my kids school is close.

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    1. See them coming to my siblings school speaking nonsense and forcing them to take injections, 'oya line up if you wan chuk injection' we come make we give una medicine we go help una' lol! These are the trained medical personnel?? Alright.

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  10. Army social responsibility?? 😩😩

    Fabmum

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  11. Na wa. Amanda favour it is well oooo. tomorrow come and jist us.

    So you are in Anambra, wonderful. thinking you are a lagos babe

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  12. Since when did the army start giving vaccines? They know how volatile tensions in that area are, they still went unannounced to do it. This kind of vaccine I yam not understanding it.

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  13. Does it mean that some of you doesn't know that the NA carry out medical outreach from time to time. They have highly qualified medical personnel, do not joke with any of the Armed Forces medical officers. Sometimes you guys sound so ignorant. pheeeewww!

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    1. As we have not seen them before nko? Maybe it's only in your backyard that the army comes to do immunization. We have never seen them. They should not start now that the SE is so volatile

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    2. Bia pervert! Mind your self which kin medical outreach??! Let them reach you biko not m and my family, is like you r new here!

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  14. I doubt if this post is from the State Government? So Nigerian Army is jobless than to be given students vaccines without prior notice? Nna, ifea atorokwa amu o. May God continue to protect his people.

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  15. Today's incident made me realize that life is precious. For the driver of the bus I entered, a man of about 60 come down from his bus and start running, not knowing what was happening cracked me up, na today I know say Children plenty for our Obodo Nnewi. Chai

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  16. I won't blame them. What good can come out of pythons

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  17. The east hates the army likewise the army. Who wan help who

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  18. Nigeria has become a theater of the absurd......smh

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    1. They really messed things up!, leaving children scared and wounded!. I thank God for my brother

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  19. My Lil sis came back from school today panting and sweating, she has been running from the army people!! How can you came into a school unannounced and start administering injections with force to everyone including the teachers???? You come into a nursery and a primary school and force the kids to take an unknown injection?? according to my kid sis and her brother, pupils were jumping down from the 3rd floor to escape,some of these students where stabbed with the injections?? Can u image?? I just thank God that they can back safely to me! The Nigerian system is something els, they have previously gone to order schools before reaching theirs, kids where scared to receive any injections,because they were looking scary and unprofessional. this happened in Enugu today at emene

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  20. So many funny comments here. I lived in Onitsha barracks for 4 years and they carry out the medical outreach yearly. Last year own was held at Aguleri. Possibly the sensitization of the populace was not enough but it is not a new exercise. Stop hate comments

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    1. Thank you ojaree!
      Some people sef, lies and liars.
      Tufiakwa!

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  21. Small small military are taking over police work in nigeria.
    i went to primary and secondary school in nigeria the time of military
    government and i have never had or seen the military as a medical team in nigeria
    so why now_)?does IGBOS still have elders or leaders that cares for its people ?

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  22. You people can sooo dumb and stupid.
    Like seriously??? You people don't know that Nigerian Army do carry out social responsibility outreach from time to time?
    Hmmmmmmmmm!
    Listen to news-No way
    Listen to radio-No way
    Ok, oya read newspapers naaa, since most of our phones can easily access news online -Ooo loooo!
    Like wonder that rumours, and lies and propaganda thrives.
    Thank God I'm training my kids to be educational sound.

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    1. God bless you real good.
      Imagine the comments from those that I thought should know better.
      Ignorance is appalling!

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  23. The thing reach Asaba sef.see people running up and down

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