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Pandemonium in Ondo as parents withdraw wards over alleged forced immunization by Army

By Dayo Johnson-Akure

Pandemonium reigned supreme across Ondo
state yesterday as parents trooped to schools
following reports of forced imunisation by some
soldiers against unknown killer disease.

The report that some Nigerian Army officials have
invaded schools across the state for forced
immunization against the Monkeypox diseases
spread in the state and caused panic.
[img] http://i01.wapkafile.com/image/57015408/5086179/0abdmT33oROOw8LiteWXOWgIlb6ek3svvtsB584PdrVkf26Q8A/7f99a.jpeg [/img][img] https://z-p3-scontent-ams3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/cp0/e15/q65/p320x320/22489770_1930074277264784_2848344248325702425_n.jpg?efg=eyJpIjoiYiJ9&_nc_eui2=v1%3AAeFlkDXulB2Qz6BgXZHFZVLcmgjfL359o-6IRh5u-QwrgFGAUg1v3LB6UcybumwnjtoZtFn-f_lvsAGG857jNLr9qx7xNHBb2LLgXQms9G3aSQ&oh=b68da95d439a2728d787156c84e5b73d&oe=5A3A5028 [/img] Parents in Ondo allegedly withdraw wards from
schools over alleged forced immunization by
Nigerian army
Reports had it that some soldiers were going
round to force pupils across the schools to be
immunized.
Parents of wards in their thousands hurriedly
invaded schools across the state to withdraw
their wards.
They were seen pulling their wards along the
major roads in towns in Akure, lkare, Ondo, Owo,
Even wards that are in boarding schools were
forcefully taken by their parents following the
development.
However, some schools visited by Vanguard
showed that they were firmly under lock and key,
include Aquinas college, Akure, Fiwasaye Girl
secondary school, Becky Parker college, Christ
the Redeemer Secondary school CRISSA.
Parents of the wards from different towns in the
state converged at the schools and forcefully
pulled down the gates to pick their wards.
Those that could not gain entry into the schools
had a shouting match with the security men at the
gates just as they threatened to force their way
through the fences.
Parents who stormed primary schools in some
schools actually scaled through the fence and
trooped to their wards’ classrooms to forcefully
withdraw them even as appeals from principals
were ignored.
But sources had it that some officials of the
Catholic Relief Service CRS, were going round the
state giving some cards ahead of the distribution
of mosquito nets to combat malaria in the state.
By the time the state government reacted through
a public service announcement, academic
activities in schools across the state had been
disrupted as parents were not convinced.
The state lnformation and Orientation
Commissioner, Yemi Olowolabi described the
report as baseless and unfounded.
Olowolabi said “The attention of Ondo State
Government has been drawn to a rumour in
circulation that a forced vaccination exercise is
being conducted around schools in the State, with
panicking parents withdrawing their wards from
schools.
“The State Government wish to inform parents,
students, teachers, school authorities and the
general public that the rumour is baseless,
unfounded and should be disregarded.
“Real time investigation across the state has
shown that none of such things exist in Ondo
State.
“The State Government therefore advises the
public, schools, students and teachers to go
about their normal activities.
“Should there be any strange occurrence, the
appropriate quarters should be informed
immediately.
Also, the Assistant Director Army Public
Relations, 32 Artillery Brigade, Major Ojo
Adenegan, in his reaction, described the report
making the around in Ondo State that Soldiers are
giving poisonous vaccine to children and students
of both Primary and Secondary Schools in Ondo
State as fake.
“We are using this medium to inform the general
public to disregard such information. There is no
ongoing medical outreach in Ondo State. The
information is the hand work of mischief makers
and should be treated as such.
“We are using this medium to appeal to the
general public to help give useful information on
any person or group of persons who are behind
this malicious information against the military.
Also, the state police image maker, Femi Joseph,
described the incident as a wild rumour.
Joseph said in Akure that ” it was an
unnecessary apprehension created by
mischievous people just to create panic and
tension in the society.
He advised the public to desist from peddling
unfounded rumour in order to destabilize the
prevalent peaceful atmosphere in Ondo State.[timg=http://electionoffenders.ng/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Ondo-State-LOGO.jpg]
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smokewiz › 17.10 21:26
By Dayo Johnson-Akure

Pandemonium reigned supreme across Ondo
state yesterday as parents trooped to schools
following reports of forced imunisation by some
soldiers against unknown killer disease.

The report that some Nigerian Army officials have
invaded schools across the state for forced
immunization against the Monkeypox diseases
spread in the state and caused panic.
[img] http://i01.wapkafile.com/image/57015408/5086179/0abdmT33oROOw8LiteWXOWgIlb6ek3svvtsB584PdrVkf26Q8A/7f99a.jpeg [/img][img] https://z-p3-scontent-ams3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/cp0/e15/q65/p320x320/22489770_1930074277264784_2848344248325702425_n.jpg?efg=eyJpIjoiYiJ9&_nc_eui2=v1%3AAeFlkDXulB2Qz6BgXZHFZVLcmgjfL359o-6IRh5u-QwrgFGAUg1v3LB6UcybumwnjtoZtFn-f_lvsAGG857jNLr9qx7xNHBb2LLgXQms9G3aSQ&oh=b68da95d439a2728d787156c84e5b73d&oe=5A3A5028 [/img] Parents in Ondo allegedly withdraw wards from
schools over alleged forced immunization by
Nigerian army
Reports had it that some soldiers were going
round to force pupils across the schools to be
immunized.
Parents of wards in their thousands hurriedly
invaded schools across the state to withdraw
their wards.
They were seen pulling their wards along the
major roads in towns in Akure, lkare, Ondo, Owo,
Even wards that are in boarding schools were
forcefully taken by their parents following the
development.
However, some schools visited by Vanguard
showed that they were firmly under lock and key,
include Aquinas college, Akure, Fiwasaye Girl
secondary school, Becky Parker college, Christ
the Redeemer Secondary school CRISSA.
Parents of the wards from different towns in the
state converged at the schools and forcefully
pulled down the gates to pick their wards.
Those that could not gain entry into the schools
had a shouting match with the security men at the
gates just as they threatened to force their way
through the fences.
Parents who stormed primary schools in some
schools actually scaled through the fence and
trooped to their wards’ classrooms to forcefully
withdraw them even as appeals from principals
were ignored.
But sources had it that some officials of the
Catholic Relief Service CRS, were going round the
state giving some cards ahead of the distribution
of mosquito nets to combat malaria in the state.
By the time the state government reacted through
a public service announcement, academic
activities in schools across the state had been
disrupted as parents were not convinced.
The state lnformation and Orientation
Commissioner, Yemi Olowolabi described the
report as baseless and unfounded.
Olowolabi said “The attention of Ondo State
Government has been drawn to a rumour in
circulation that a forced vaccination exercise is
being conducted around schools in the State, with
panicking parents withdrawing their wards from
schools.
“The State Government wish to inform parents,
students, teachers, school authorities and the
general public that the rumour is baseless,
unfounded and should be disregarded.
“Real time investigation across the state has
shown that none of such things exist in Ondo
State.
“The State Government therefore advises the
public, schools, students and teachers to go
about their normal activities.
“Should there be any strange occurrence, the
appropriate quarters should be informed
immediately.
Also, the Assistant Director Army Public
Relations, 32 Artillery Brigade, Major Ojo
Adenegan, in his reaction, described the report
making the around in Ondo State that Soldiers are
giving poisonous vaccine to children and students
of both Primary and Secondary Schools in Ondo
State as fake.
“We are using this medium to inform the general
public to disregard such information. There is no
ongoing medical outreach in Ondo State. The
information is the hand work of mischief makers
and should be treated as such.
“We are using this medium to appeal to the
general public to help give useful information on
any person or group of persons who are behind
this malicious information against the military.
Also, the state police image maker, Femi Joseph,
described the incident as a wild rumour.
Joseph said in Akure that ” it was an
unnecessary apprehension created by
mischievous people just to create panic and
tension in the society.
He advised the public to desist from peddling
unfounded rumour in order to destabilize the
prevalent peaceful atmosphere in Ondo State.[timg=http://electionoffenders.ng/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Ondo-State-LOGO.jpg]
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