Does the Covid-19 vaccine turn people into vampires as Chris Okotie claims?


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By Bukola YEKINI


Household of God Church International Ministries Senior Pastor Reverend Chris Okotie says the COVID-19 vaccine turns people into vampires. He explains that Bill Gates’ genetically modified foods (GM foods), when taken with the vaccine, brings people into fellowship with Satan.

In a video interview posted on July 12, 202 on YouTube, which was viewed 375,000 times, Okotie called the COVID-19 vaccine satanic. He said, “What Bill Gate is doing under the auspices of the United Nations is making sure you get the food, the GMOs. When you eat this genetically modified food that you eat and take the vaccine, you have come into fellowship with Satan, Lucifer. And this fellowship involves blood.

“Now, since Jesus’ blood is not what he is talking about, or what he has to offer, he will ask you to look for blood elsewhere. And the only place you can find blood is in another human being. So, one of the things the vaccine will cause you to do is become a vampire who needs to drink blood for food.


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“But we, as Christians, do not drink the blood, we drink the wine, which is an emblem of the blood and which sustains us spiritually. But his fellowship will require you to drink blood steadily in order for you to be a vampire for your sustenance. “

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “GMO foods are foods derived from organisms whose genetic material (DNA) has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally, for example by the introduction of a gene from a different organism. “

The blood of Jesus for Christians symbolizes redemption from God and for the cleansing of sins inherited from Adam, Christians say.

Vampires are creatures that feed and live on the blood of humans.

Chris Okotie claims that the GMO symbolizes bread and the vaccine symbolizes blood, and taking both means being in fellowship with Satan, just as Christians share in remembrance of Jesus Christ.

In August 2020, via the WhatsApp show, he asked his members not to wear face masks, claiming that “when a man stands before God in church with a shield or a mask, he denies the completed work of the cross ”. According to him, wearing a face mask “denies the finished work of Christ”.

This WhatsApp broadcast made the news in several newspapers. His instructions came before the COVID-19 vaccine was available in Nigeria.

The Nigerian government imported four million doses of the first batch of AstraZeneca COVAX in early March, and President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo were publicly vaccinated on Saturday, March 6, 2021, to encourage citizens to get vaccinated as well. .

The executive director of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NHCDA), Faisal Shuaib, revealed this during a press conference on June 1, 2021, which was also posted on the website of the NHCDA. He said nearly two million eligible Nigerians targeted had been vaccinated with their first dose of the Oxford / Astrazeneca vaccine.

“There have been cases of mild, moderate and severe post-vaccination adverse reactions (AEFI) since we officially rolled out the COVID-19 vaccination on March 15, 2021. Symptoms of AEFI ranged from pain to pain. swelling at the vaccination site with more severe symptoms such as headache, abdominal pain, fever, dizziness and allergic reactions.

Globally, as of 6:45 p.m. CEST on June 14, 2021, there have been OVER 175,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. As of June 10, 2021, more than two million doses of the vaccine had been administered, as predicted by the WHO.

The responses of a few who have taken the vaccine in Nigeria are as follows:

Citizens who have taken the vaccine
Tweet from a Nigerian about the vaccine.

The WHO, NHCDA and Nigerians who have taken the vaccine claim it does not turn people into vampires as Chris Okoties claims. The claim that the vaccine will cause people to suck blood is false and should be ignored.

This publication was produced as part of IWPR’s Africa Resilience Network (ARN) program, administered in partnership with the Center for Information Resilience (CIR), the International Center for Investigation Report (ICIR) and Africa Uncensored. For more information on ARN, please visit the ARN website.

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