Nana Aba is enraged by misinformed tweets on the Covid-19 vaccine.
Nana Aba gets enraged by a preacher who refers to the vaccine as “antichrist.”
Nana Aba Anamoah has warned ‘ignorant’ people to avoid spreading false information about the Covid-19 vaccine in Ghana.
She vented her rage on Twitter, claiming that a preacher had told his church that the vaccine was part of a “anti-christ” plot.
Nana Aba was apparently enraged by the preacher man’s statements, describing his behavior as “sheer ignorance.”
“The vaccination stupidity being spewed on this app is truly alarming.” If you don’t want to take the jab, go to your room and leave the rest of your comrades alone. Period. You’re preaching to a whole congregation that covid vaccinations are anti-Christ. What is it, exactly? Sister, I recently read a post from a preacher I greatly admire.
Efia Odo was chastised for comparing Malaria to Covid-19, prompting Nana Aba’s post.
“Malaria has killed more people than COVID 19 (about 20,000 people each year), but they’re forcing us to get vaccinated.” Vaccination should be a personal choice rather than a legal requirement. I guess I’m stuck in Ghana because I won’t take any vaccines that aren’t allowed.” Efia Odo made a statement.
Efia’s message went viral, and she has since become a social media sensation.