Kogi State lead representative, Yahaya Bello, who has consistently questioned the presence of COVID-19 in Nigeria, has expressed that Covid ” was only a celebrated jungle fever sickness.”
Bello who said this on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily program on Tuesday, October 27, additionally added that plundering of distribution centers putting away COVID-19 palliatives and #EndSARS fight are about the 2023 general races.
He stated, “I said when COVID-19 came into this nation that a couple of individuals will profiteer and that is the thing that has occurred. Furthermore, I am stating it again that a couple of people are setting particular plan for 2023.
“Presently, from #EndSARS to gangsters taking CACOVID to different adolescents or individuals saying IPOB and articulations. Different gatherings are offering expressions,” he said.
“If we like it, this is 2023 happening by a couple of people who feel they can keep on utilizing us in this nation and I am asking all adolescents the nation over to get back,” the lead representative said.
“Which battle, which tumult, which uprising over the world has ever prevailing without authority? I concur 100% (with the disturbance) however on the off chance that you see what’s going on, at that point you will have no alternative except for to qualify it as politically propelled,” Bello said.
Bello said not every person has confidence in the #EndSARS fight, adding that the rejecting of SARS had hosed police assurance and made them leave the roads which had thusly allowed criminals the chance to have a field day.
“Presently SARS has finished, police confidence has been hosed, they have gone off the roads, and the criminals have rampaged. Who do we report to?” he inquired.
The lead representative kept up that COVID-19 was only a “celebrated” intestinal sickness illness which had been utilized to siphon billions of naira.
He stated, “I said that COVID-19 is political; I said that COVID-19 has a monetary undercurrent.”
Bello expressed that he didn’t know about the presence of a COVID-19 stockroom in Lokoja, which had been plundered by hooligans.
The lead representative said his legislature had been passing out palliatives to occupants of Kogi State some time before COVID-19.