Raila Exposes Major Jubilee scandal causing Women Infertility
He says that the government was hellbent on misleading the country while intentionally sterilizing Kenyan girls and women.
Speaking at Capitol Hill on Monday, Odinga revisited a vaccination programme administered by the Ministry of Health in 2014 which he alleged had caused mass sterilization.
The former Prime minister claimed that the Catholic Church in Kenya was right with its 2014 research which indicated that the tetanus drugs being administered to Kenyan women were laced with a chemical that would make women infertile.
“In 2014 the Catholic Church said some of the women who got the tetanus vaccine cannot carry a pregnancy unless the process is reversed,” he said.
The Opposition leader noted that the use of the vaccine had caused mass sterilization of women in Kenya, adding that 5000 of them had already been affected.
“The vaccine was a great crime committed against women. Women should choose when to have children and how to space them.”
“The number of victims injected with the mass sterilization disguised as tetanus vaccine is difficult to ascertain … We demand the government to provide a list of those who took part in the vaccination and apologize to them,” Odinga demanded.
In 2014, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association gave stated that after sending six different samples of the vaccine from around Kenya to South Africa for testing, they found an antigen that causes miscarriages in the tetanus vaccine that was being administered to over 2.3 million girls and women by the World Health Organization and UNICEF.
The revelations were swiftly shut down by the Jubilee government. The then Health Minister James Macharia even told the BBC, “I would recommend my own daughter and wife to take it because I entirely 100% agree with it and have confidence it has no adverse health effects.”
Odinga has now demanded the government to tell the public how it will help those who have already been affected.
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