Polio vaccine evil agenda to keep Africans in mental slavery-Man of God
Founder of Kings International Chapel (KIC), Apostle Douglas Kwasi Amanor has opined that the polio immunisation was part of the agenda to make the African look inferior.
The polio vaccine per research helps in preventing the virus that causes paralysis.
But the man of God says that is false and has suggested to Ghanaians not allow their children to be immunised because they are local herbs that are far better than the vaccination.
According to him, Ghanaians can use ‘Prekese’ and ‘Odiaba’ and another herb which he failed to mentioned saying these herbs could be mixed together and used to bathe the child at dawn (4:00am).
He said this experiment should be taken for granted.
He explained between 4:00 am-6:00am there are special fogs that fall on earth and it carries special blessings for new-borns and when given to them to drink, it makes them much healthier and guards them against polio paralysis.
He claims that the polio vaccines make the African brian weak, not functional enough to think outside the box.
”They give us these vaccines to make us weak mentally so we will not think outside the box. They do this so we will keep coming to them for help. I want the government to seriously consider my opinion and act on it.”
He made the assertions on ‘Kyere Me Kwan’, on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm with host Nhyiraba Kwabena Asirifi.
Poliomyelitis (polio) is a highly infectious viral disease that largely affects children under 5 years of age. The virus is transmitted by person-to-person spread mainly through the faecal-oral route or, less frequently, by a common vehicle (e.g. contaminated water or food) and multiplies in the intestine, from where it can invade the nervous system and cause paralysis.
In 1988, the World Health Assembly adopted a resolution for the worldwide eradication of polio, marking the launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, spearheaded by national governments, WHO, Rotary International, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), UNICEF, and later joined by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Wild poliovirus cases have decreased by over 99% since 1988, from an estimated 350 000 cases in more than 125 endemic countries then to 175reported cases in 2019.
Of the 3 strains of wild poliovirus (type 1, type 2 and type 3), wild poliovirus type 2 was eradicated in 1999 and no case of wild poliovirus type 3 has been found since the last reported case in Nigeria in November 2012. Both strains have officially been certified as globally eradicated. As at 2020, wild poliovirus type 1 affects two countries: Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The strategies for polio eradication work when they are fully implemented. This is clearly demonstrated by India’s success in stopping polio in January 2011, in arguably the most technically challenging place, and polio-free certification of the entire WHO Southeast Asia Region in March 2014.