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Fear of Monkey Pox injection envelopes Anambra: Pupils reject Army free medical outreach

Some school pupils in Anambra State on Wednesday rejected the Nigerian Army free medical outreach forcing the schools to close earlier, reports ITRealms.

These pupils, ITRealms gathered include students from both primary and school schools were seen basically running home to dodge being injected the alleged ‘MonkeyPox’ virus.

Correspondent reports that  all schools shut Wednesday afternoon as the Nigerian Army Medical team were alleged to being forcing students to take undisclosed injection, hence, students were asked to go home before now.

“Students were now asked to go home immediately,” an eye witnessed to ITRealms at Nnewi in Anambra State.

Our source also noted that all the primary and secondary schools in Oraukwu, Abatete, Adazi Ani, Neni and other neighbouring towns closed all the schools and children were seen running home to save their lives.

In Onitsha, the case was reportedly not different as a trader told correspondent to go approach his children school and take them home.

Our source had declared to ITRealms “Whether or not its fake If you have any kids in any school in Awada, better go and carry them to avoid any story... Later we go hear the real gist.”

Meanwhile ITRealms  gathered that there has been some WhatsApp messages being shared alleged that the Army Free Medical Service to old people at a field in Ozubulu, Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State was a ploy by alleged Boko Haram soldiers to infect the South East.

Also the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) Imo State chapter, has warned the general public to be mindful of any unauthorized ‘immunization’ saying there is no official approval for any form of immunization to prevent any killer disease in children that is ongoing in the state.

A press statement purportedly endorsed by the Secretary, NMA Imo State Chapter, Dr. Dike Victor and made available to ITRealms, said that as a result, parents and teachers are advised not to submit their wards to persons or group of persons for any purported form of immunization.

This, he said, was on the backdrop of alarm being raised about "forced immunization"  in some places in the state on Wednesday 11th October, 2017.

However, the Nigerian Army has denied any allegation of plan to spread or inject any virus as part of the free medical outreach.

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Pix: Some students running home in Anambra on Wednesday for fear of MonkeyPox injection

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