Recall that Anamoah has been an advocate for COVID-19 vaccination - she continues to advise people to get vaccinated against the deadly virus.
Nana Aba blasts pastor who linked COVID-19 vaccine to Antichrist’s ‘666’
Ace broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah on Wednesday, Dec. 2021, lambasted a yet to be identified man of God for drawing a link between Covid-19 vaccine and ‘666’, being the mark of the beast and supposed identity of Antichrist followers.
While at it, she, however, had an outburst on social media following the disturbing trend, where certain public opinion leaders are discouraging people not to take the vaccine.
"The ignorance being spewed about vaccines on this app is painfully shocking. If you won’t take the jab, stay in your room quietly and let the rest of your compatriots be. Period," she tweeted amidst the debate stirred by Efia Odo, Sammy Gyamfi and others.
According to Efia Odo, "Malaria has killed more people than COVID 19 (approximately 20,000 people yearly) but they’re mandating us to take a vaccine".
According to the Ghanaian actress, "taking a vaccine should be a personal choice and not a mandatory decision". In a tweet that has gone viral, she concluded that "guess I’m stuck in Ghana cuz I'm not taking any disapproved vaccine".
However, according to Nana Aba, a pastor who she hasn't named has been telling people the vaccine is the sign of anti Christ, hence, her decision to say that "the ignorance being spewed about vaccines on this app is painfully shocking. If you won’t take the jab, stay in your room quietly and let the rest of your compatriots be".
She continued that "you lead an entire congregation and tell them covid vaccines are anti Christ. Ah what is that?"
Telling what fueled her to express her disappointment about misinformation about the vaccine she told a fan that "sister, I just saw a post from a pastor that I respected so much. I’ve been angry for one hour He likened the vaccine to 666 Aw) de me".
The vaccination exercise in Ghana has become a hot debate after the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has introduced some new modifications to the Covid protocols at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
According to the new protocols, anyone who wants to travel out of Ghana must be vaccinated.
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