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Okonjo Iweala: Nigeria Might Get COVID-19 Vaccines From January 2021 / Bill Gates: Why Must Africans Reject A Vaccine When They Cannot Produce Any? / French Doctors Say 'Test Coronavirus Vaccines In Africa", Eto’o, Drogba React (2) (3) (4)
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by MrValthegreat: 10:45pm On Jan 11|
please who else has noticed that the country has been on a very speedy reverse gear courtesy of bad leaders and followers. Every story about Nigeria was better at the beginning but worse at the present.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 10:45pm On Jan 11|
Actually, it is NOT the job of the government to produce vaccines.
Pfizer, Astra-Zeneca, and other manufacturers are not government owned, but private enitities.
It is up to the private sector, IE YOU, AND ALL THE IGNORANT, STUPID, DUMB CRITICS HERE, to start firms that research and develop vaccines.
It is NOT the job of the government.
It is YOUR job.
Lazy, useless citizenry. Government must also wipe your nyash when you shiit.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hongkog(m): 10:51pm On Jan 11|
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 10:54pm On Jan 11|
Garbage. For you information, Nigerian-trained professors, scientists, and doctors work and lecture all over the world, many in elite institutions.
Now shut up and go study medicine and become a vaccine researcher if that is what you fancy.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hongkog(m): 10:55pm On Jan 11|
Carry your hate and insults to another place, i hate bad energy. We can converse without calling each other names. GROW UP
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by wman(m): 10:55pm On Jan 11|
Nigerian professors can't match B.Sc holders abroad?
You guys like saying trash.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 10:58pm On Jan 11|
Bros, don't mind these folks drowning in inferiority complex.
Only divine intervention can rescue them from their self hatred.
Anyway, they are mostly high school dropouts, so they don' know anything.
Just anything that pops into their dumb heads they type out.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:02pm On Jan 11|
You are a big fool. It was YOU and your other hateful, self-loathing ilk that came in here typing rubbish about Nigeria.
You LOVE to insult and belittle the country, but cannot stand the slightest criticism of yourself.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hathor5(f): 11:11pm On Jan 11|
The countries that are producing vaccines have governments that have spent a lot of money to support the research, development, production and distribution of vaccines by the pharma industry. It is the government's job to ensure that research is carried out by funding it. Citizens pay their taxes for the government to manage tax payer's money for the collective good, in this case to protect life.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:14pm On Jan 11|
How can government fund what does not exist?
Have YOU opened a vaccine research firm and sought out govt funding, and then been refused?
If so, then YOU can complain.
If you have not done that, then there is nothing to blame the government about.
Pfizer did not receive any government funding. They are just a private firm set up a century and half ago by some pharmacist guy and his son, which grew to the giant they are today.
THEY WERE NOT FUNDED BY THE US GOVT.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hathor5(f): 11:18pm On Jan 11|
If you think that I need to open a vaccine research center before I can criticize the government for not doing their job then you need to take civics classes.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:20pm On Jan 11|
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Shine86: 11:29pm On Jan 11|
BigDawsNet:my brother we have it, but the politics between medical scientists and medical officers will not allow the Nigerian health sector to grow, pending when they realize that medicine is a team work.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:32pm On Jan 11|
Everyday, government this, government that.
Until you people get your heads out of the government's ass, and become innovative, creative, and do things for yourselves, you will get nowhere as a people.
The man that set up Pfizer did not get A SINGLE CENT of US government money. He just started a small firm a century and half ago, and included a bit of research and development in his activities. He had no idea that the firm would grow into the giant it is today. He just believed in himself and took a chance, in 1849, when America was nothing.
He grew it, and then his children took over, then THEIR children took over, and they've become so big today that whole countries are demanding their products.
Here in Nigeria, the people are waiting on GOVERNMENT to help them brush their teeth in the morning.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by evans4luv(m): 11:40pm On Jan 11|
No be only vaccine na Vaseline, we can only produce witchcraft at affordable price, nonsense and ingredient
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:47pm On Jan 11|
''We'' have NOTHING to do with YOU.
YOU are a lazy, useless, hopeless, and worthless youth with zero upstairs but self-hate.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hongkog(m): 11:48pm On Jan 11|
rossoki:Is Nigeria nkt rubbish? stop lying to yourself.
I didn't insult Nigeria i only said the fact, the moment you bring in one packet of toothpick you're bringing in i packet of unemployment. Its2pure economic but an illiterate president can't reason and move Nigeria forward.
Criticism is nothing bro only the faint hearted are disturbed by it, it can insult me from now till enternity it won't change the truth that i have said. No need to be toxic and angry for nothing.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by nathanomochi(m): 11:49pm On Jan 11|
What if i say i have a cure for it ?i just need a lab or infected persons to work with then viola we move
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 11:58pm On Jan 11|
See that? ''Illiterate president''.
But YOU cannot stand to be insulted.
You are an animal with foam where your brain ought to be.
Talking rubbish about ''toothpicks'' when your JUNIORS are establishing startups here in Nigeria that are attracting hundreds of millions of dollars in investment from here and abroad.
Don't use your brain to do something useful with your life, you hear?
Be looking for your father to blame over stupid ''toothpicks''.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Hongkog(m): 12:07am On Jan 12|
my junior are establishing start-ups, lol what about what are you doing with your life? Supporting bad governance? Or Insulting people up and down.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 12:08am On Jan 12|
I run a business, and do not spend my waking hours BLAMING the Nigerian govt for my not peeing straight into the toilet, like you do.
Worthless, useless youth.
As you point your finger in blame at the govt for your failed life, four fingers are pointing back at YOU.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by edi287: 12:19am On Jan 12|
Big for nothing, giant disgrace of Africa.
Yet some foolish people will entertain this under the guise of "patriotism" and "optimism". Like you clowns love Nigeria more than the people that call out this culture of mediocrity.
If it's to go on Twitter and make fun of Black Americans and suck on Trump's dick - some of una sabi that one.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by nedekid: 12:24am On Jan 12|
A 2017 report published by PREMIUM TIMES revealed how the Yaba Vaccine Production Laboratory was not functional.
The vaccine production centre was active for about six decades, between 1940 and 1991, producing large quantities of vaccines against smallpox, rabies, yellow fever for not only Nigeria, but neighbouring countries like Cameroon, Central Africa and a few other countries in Africa.
It was closed in 1991 by the federal government who said it wanted to reactivate and upgrade the facility. But that upgrade has not been done"
Obviously reading and compreheding is not a verture you have. As they say common sense is not common.
Since according to you it is not the job of government to research and produce vassine, why was the Yaba vaccine production laboratory built? Why was it closed in 1991 by fgn, who further wanted to upgrade and reactivate the agency, but was never done? Why? Afterall according to you, it is not the job of government to research and produce vaccines.
Sinopharm, a Chinese state-owned company, is developing two Covid-19 vaccines, which, like Sinovac are also inactivated vaccines that work in a similar way.
Sputnik V, is a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. A Russian government owned agency.
Cuba Sovereign 02 covid 19 vaccine made by state owned Finlay Vaccine Institute (IFV)
The fact that private pharmaceutical in capitalist western countries make vaccines does not mean the generality of other countries such as Nigeria do not have government owned vaccine research
and production facilities. Who's primary responsibility is healthcare of citizens? Government or companies?
Of course what comes naturally to silly uncouth people like you is to pour insults out of naked ignorance. Celebrating your stupidity in public like you won an award.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by nedekid: 12:32am On Jan 12|
Riverville:Trust our people, na vaccine to take knack and produce more almajeries we sabi make.
Anyway na way! We get kayamata vaccine
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 12:33am On Jan 12|
Look at him pulling examples from China, Cuba, and Russia.
Was that because you couldn't find any CAPITALIST nations like Nigeria where the government is manufacturing vaccines?
Of course it is!
In capitalist nations, the PRIVATE SECTOR manufactures drugs and vaccines.
Just because the Nigerian govt ventured into it in early years DOES NOT MEAN IT IS THEIR JOB, any more than my bending down to tie your shoe laces to stop you tripping over them when you were a toddler, means it is my job to do the same for you in your adulthood.
So grow up, set up a firm that is useful to society, and CONTRIBUTE, instead of waiting for the government to tie your laces.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by nedekid: 12:33am On Jan 12|
DelOLAED:All na vaccine
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Gesman: 12:34am On Jan 12|
Can Nigeria produce anything should be the question
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by rossoki: 12:39am On Jan 12|
Nigeria produces MANY things.
The question is can YOU produce anything from your fat, dull head that's only good for consuming beer and pepper soup.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by nedekid: 12:39am On Jan 12|
Hathor5:Dont mind that idiot.
I usually do not use such words, but made an exception on that uncout slowpoke.
|Re: Why Nigeria Cannot Produce COVID-19 Vaccines – Faisal Shuaib by Naijaarchive(m): 12:44am On Jan 12|
Who is asking Nigeria to produce vaccine.... Covid-19 of all....
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