Without offering any evidence, he said what the president took was a malaria vaccine. He further added that live telecast of the president taking the vaccine was all politics.
"The president went and they gave him malaria vaccine and you all call it corona vaccine," he said. "That was not corona vaccine."
Speaking to Ghana Web in an interview, the controversial founder of APC also peddled conspiracy theories, claiming that the whites are administering the correct vaccines in their countries while delivering inferior ones to Africa.
Ghana was among the first countries in Africa to receive COVID-19 vaccines sponsored by UNICEF and the World Health Organization.
The President, his Vice and senior government officials took the dose on national television in a bid to increase public confidence.
However, Hassan Ayariga insists that what the president took on television was a malaria vaccine.
"I am sure he took malaria vaccine, that is politics for you," he said.
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