Hassan Ayariga, the All People's Congress (APC) presidential candidate who earned the nickname Ayaricof during the 2012 presidential debate, has slammed Ghana's president, claiming that the vaccine delivered to Ghana was supposed to heal malaria, not coronavirus.
The flag bearer is skeptical that the whites will provide the genuine vaccination to the rest of the world, despite the fact that they are the ones who are most impacted by the disease.
In an interview, Hassan Ayariga stated that the vaccination that was brought to Ghana on March 1st, and which the president and his wife got the first jab to clear the way for the public to follow, was malaria vaccine rather than the true COVID-19 vaccine. He claimed that how many European countries have we seen or heard have received the vaccination, and that whites are merely using Africans as guinea pigs to evaluate the vaccine's efficacy.
In the nutshell, Hassan Ayariga does not believe the Covid-19 vaccine is original.
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