Forced Vaccination: Bill Passes First And Second Reading Without Scrutiny

Forced Vaccination: Bill Passes First And Second Reading Without Scrutiny

Forced Vaccination: Bill Passes First And Second Reading Without Scrutiny

It seems like the “conspiracy theories” going around may actually be turning to facts. With the current situation worldwide and the increase in confirmed cases, many people are beginning to pay attention. However, there are some who have delibrately decided to ignore the signs.

In Nigeria, a Bill for an Act to repeal the Quarantine Act, and enact the Control of Infectious Diseases bill, has passed a second reading in the House of Representatives, according to Vanguard.

The bill to make vaccines compulsory was co-sponsored by the Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, Reps Pascal Obi and Tanko Sununu.

The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) already alleged that the Green Chamber of the National Assembly had been offered money to pass the bill despite no input from stakeholders.

In the statement, the body alleged that a sum of $10 million was offered by the American computer wizard and billionaire, Bill Gates to influence the speedy passage of the bill without recourse to legislative public hearing, a development they averted as anachronistic, adding that the Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila should be impeached if he forces the bill on members.

Part of the statement reads:

“We have been informed that the alleged deal on the passage of the Bill was struck during a trip to Austria a few months back while the financial support for the promotion of the Bill was allegedly received last week to mobilize for a push leading to the hurried attempt to pass the Bill by any means necessary.

“Nigerians are reminded that at present, there is no discovered/approved vaccine anywhere in the world and one now begins to wonder why the hurry to pass a Bill for a compulsory vaccine when there is none.

“What if the world eventually does not find a vaccine or cure for coronavirus just like it has not found a cure for HIV AIDS? What is the hurry in passing a Bill based on speculation or is there anything else the leadership of the House would want to tell Nigerians? Is this bill what will stop the mass deaths and infections rising in Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Gombe, Borno, Kaduna, Ogun, Bauchi and indeed all over the country?

“Is this Bill going to revive and grow the economy and reduce hunger and give us more testing kits or bed spaces? Is this Bill going to stop the stealing of palliatives meant for poor and vulnerable Nigerians? Is it true that all these noises for the Bill is all for the alleged $10 million?”

Click citation to read the full statement.

Daily Post: Bill Gates offered House of Reps $10m bribe for speedy passage of compulsory vaccine bill – CUPP alleges

The bill passed first and second reading at plenary under controversial circumstances.

The CSOs, in a joint statement by Centre for Democracy and Development, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, Say No Campaign, Amnesty International, Yiaga Africa, Human and Environmental Development Agenda, International Press Centre, among others, said the bill almost passed third reading in April before it was resisted by some vigilant members, the Daily Post reports.

Food For Thought On Forced Vaccination

Why the hurry to pass a bill if there are no known vaccines? Assuming there are, why use a country with a low number of cases as a testing ground?

Secondly, why is Bill Gates so concerned about everyone’s health? What is the reason for forced vaccination? Aren’t people free to make choices anymore? Where is the room for consent?

After all, aren’t vaccines given so that one may be immune to the virus or disease as they argue? So if one would rather they die than take the vaccine, how does it affect Bill or anyone?

This is very simple. Let those who want the vaccines, take them. Let those who want it, sort themselves out. If they die, so be it! It is their choice, not yours! Not anyone’s!

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The Oracle

I have to say that if it is a health thing and we all need it. I can see why you should take the vaccine. However, to be forced into it too doesn’t sound so good. It’s hard to say with this one.

Bethan TaylorSwaine

It’s really not as simple as live and let live when it comes to vaccination as for herd immunity to be achieved as many people as possible have to be vaccinated so that those who can’t (for example the immuno-compromised who can’t be vaccinated for health reasons) are protected. If a vaccine is available we should be using them.


we all need it, its necessary. we should definitely be informed and use the vaccinations that are available


Yeah I agree. Forced vaccination sounds horrible to me and I don’t think we should be forced to get vaccinated if we don’t want to.

Di Hickman

While I agree it’s a sensitive subject, I believe we need vaccinations. When it involves something with a low communicable rate… sure that’s your choice. But something so deadly and contagious? It’s not just one life, it’s all life.

Reply to  Di Hickman

Okay. So if I understand you clearly, it means those who take the vaccines will not be immune to the virus if others don’t take them. Is this what you are saying? Because if that is what it is, it means that the purpose of the vaccine (which is to keep one from getting and spreading the disease) is useless.

If one voluntarily accepts the vaccine, shouldn’t it make them immune so much so that even if they are contact with the virus by any form, they will be safe? If that is the case, why should all be forced? In other words, let those who want to live, live and those who would rather die, die. But that’s one aspect. The person who is looking for this solution isn’t volunteering himself or any of his family members for trial– this is someone who is really bothered about the health of the world.

Again, would you prefer to have a vaccine that invades your privacy beyond your control– one that acts as an identification token and has access to your DNA in the name of “health”? Well, everyone has a choice as they should.

Marta Zoricic Skeledzija

This is a very sensitive subject to talk about. The vaccine helps you fight the ilness more, but it dosen’t 100% protect you from it. Example when I was a kid I was vaccinated for small pox and I still got it from a kid who was not vaccinated. Only thing was that I got to stay home for two weeks and made a full recovery from it as I had antbodies in my system to fight the virus, the other kid almost died and was in the hospital for almost two months as the virus attacked his lungs. I do belive that we need vaccines and a high number of people who are vaccinated, especialy in children, to protect those who who are not able to get them because of any number of reasons, like my little cousin who is imunocompromised and is not allowed to get the vaccines due to him being alergic to number of things. But to each their own.

Melanie williams

This is a very touchy subject, but needs to be looked at. for most, I dont think it is a case of having it more that t hey are dubious about the quality, as a good vaccination takes years x

Kristine Nicole Alessandra

My parents made sure that me and my siblings received vaccinations, and we did the same for our children. I guess growing up in a family of doctors and other medical professionals, it was a “must” for us to be vaccinated. However, I think people should also be given a choice whether they want it or not. If vaccines are provided for free and you did not take advantage of it, then if you fall ill of a preventable disease, then the government will not be held responsible. I dunno. Just my thoughts.

Charlotte Petit Noble

This is so twisted. I kind of go with what my doctors says. I believe people should be free to get vaccinated if they wish, but, to me it does not mean that they won’t get medical help by the government if they got sick. I don’t know.


We do believe in vaccination but I hope people still get a chance to make a decision for themselves. With everything happening right now, I just pray that we all make the right decisions. 

Amy Braun

This is touchy subject that has been talked recently. It isn’t about the person who has the disease, but those who surround that person. We have to think as a community sometimes.

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