A South Africa national posted in his Twitter account @GillianMcKeith that Allegedly 194 countries plan to sign their citizens right away via the WHO pandemic treaty. So which countries are not going along with this ?. We need to know.
Source and Link : @GillianMcKeith Twitter account.This was exposed by a one of our patriotic national and we the South Africa nationals know what our President can do because signing the treaty come with incentives.
Also signing the treaty also means giving WHO control over our government and WHO having country over our government mean it can do what every it wants we the citizens.
Most Africa countries has already plan to sign the treaty and South Africa being the head of Pan Africanism will be on the be leading on the leading.
Fellow South Africans let Say No to starts now to say no we will no sign any treaty because of any incentives coming from WHO IMF and in collaboration with World Bank
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