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Nurse, School Director arrested for selling suspected expired Covid19 Vaccines


Nurse, School Director arrested for selling suspected expired Covid19 Vaccines

The police in Kayunga has in custody a nurse and two other people after they were found charging people a fee of 3000 shillings for Covid19 vaccination.

According to ASP Butoto Hellen the Pro Sezzibwa, the suspects were arrested at Bright Light primary school in Kisoga Town council on Tuesday during an operation stemming from a tip-off.

“The team arrived when the exercise was ongoing. 17 residents, 5 pupils from Bright light primary school had already been vaccinated with PFIZER VACCINE which amounted to 30 dozes of the same,” Butoto says.

She adds that the director of the Bright light primary school took responsibility for what was done at school and informed the team that his daughter Zula Namubiru working at Namagunga Health centre III was responsible for providing him with vaccines which were later delivered to the school, and administered to residents on a fee.

 The Nurse identified as Tumal Anna working with Jonathan Medical Centre, Rose Nakayike a teacher at Bright light primary school who was allegedly found with exhibits amounting to 39,300 shillings collected from vaccinated residents, and the director of Bright light primary school Ssemwogere Edward were all arrested and taken to Kayunga CPS for further questioning.  

The team recovered 138 doses of PFIZER vaccines and one doze of SINOPHARM.

Butoto says that the arrest of the three suspects was on grounds that, Mukono received Covid19 vaccines but all expired on 28/2/22. This implies that any vaccine administered to a person within the region is poisonous to human health.                                  

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