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International Human Rights Commission Ghana Chapter Condemns Force Vaccination In Ghana By Government. 

According to The Ghana Chapter of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), GENEVA Switzerland wish to condemn an attempt by the government to impose vaccination on Ghanaians through Ministry of Health.

International Human Rights Commission Ghana Chapter Condemns Force Vaccination In Ghana By Government.
IHRC call follows recent announcement by the Minister of Health, Hon. Kweku Agyemang Manu and published in the Daily Graphic on 2nd December, 2021 that the government will inspect COVID Cards beginning January, 2022.

IHRC believes that the action by the government to carry out such an exercise is against the people’s rights and freedom and does not have any basis in the 1992 constitution and Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations.

They added, Vaccination should be by choice and not by force. Per the reports gathered so far from our international researchers, we think that it is advisable for the government to allow ordinary Ghanaian to decide rather than imposing it on them.
According to them they are aware of the efforts by the government in creating awareness on the COVID 19 since its emergence 2019 but there has been little or no education about the composition and effects of the vaccines. We have received countless reports on the vaccines where most nations and people refuse to take the jab as a result of what others are going through after vaccination. There are instances where people who have received their jabs still get the virus. There are also instances of reported cases elsewhere where expired vaccines were given to people. There are reported cases of complications and even death.

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