Emurrua Dikirr Mp Joanna Ng'eno has come out to rant about the misinformation going around about COVID19 vaccines. According to the Tangatanga politician, radio stations have misinformed the people back in the villages resulting to their reluctance in getting vaccinated.
Mp Ng'eno confessed that his mother has also refused to be vaccinated much to his frustrations, despite trying to convince her in the last 2 weeks.
"This people who are announcing that when you get vaccinated you'll have side effects, even now when you try to ask mothers in the village to get vaccinated they refuse, even my own mother, I have tried talking to her for almost two weeks, she has refused telling me she had on radio that it's bad." a furious Ng'eno revealed.
He added saying " The government must now crack the whip on this radio stations misleading the people about vaccines. "
The government has been urging citizens to go and get vaccinated , saying this is the only way we can all defeat this dangerous virus.
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