ACDP’s bid to halt child vaccinations blocked
The African Christian Democratic Party’s bid to stop Covid-19 vaccinations for children between the ages of 12 and 17 has suffered a setback after the Pretoria High Court deemed it not urgent and said it could be heard at a later stage. About 250,000 children in this age group have been vaccinated so far, and Health Minister Joe Phaahla has urged more South Africans to get the jab, saying it will help prevent a festive season marred by a fourth wave of infections. Read the report by Estelle Ellis.
The judge of the Pretoria High Court must be made known, the judge together with the Minister Joe Phaahla must now be listed to be arrested with the parliamentarians who keep on driving this illegal scam as puppets of the criminal cabal leaders.
The legal order is on being prepared, saddle up and see this happening before the Level 5 lockdown that are planned for December. May JUSTICE BE SERVED
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