On Monday, the Nigerian leader, President Buhari, and its government have been advised to provide emergency power supply and storage facilitates before purchasing the Covid-19 vaccine.
The former Kaduna lawmaker, Shehu Sani, warned that such provision was necessary to preserve the COVID-19 vaccines at minus 70degree Celsius.
Shehu Sani, the former lawmaker, said this on Monday on his Twitter page.
Shehu Sani’s post read: “To the federal government: Before you Credit N400 Billion to #COVID19 vaccine manufacturers, make adequate provisions for storage facilities and emergency power supply that can preserve them at minus 70 degree Celsius. It is not our normal fridge, oh, ehen.”
However, the Presidential Taskforce (PTF) has promised to administer the COVID-19 vaccine for free to Nigerian citizens.
Sani Aliyu, the National Coordinator of PTF, disclosed this in Abuja on Wednesday.
The National Coordinator of PTF added that President Buhari had given the PTF the mandate to proceed with preparations concerning the vaccine, which will at least be given for free to 40m Nigerians when available.
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