Nigerians continues to react to the decision to import Pfizer Vaccine into the country.
The Coronavirus which broke out last year from Wuham in China has dealt a devastating blow on the economy of developed, developing and underdeveloped countries of the World.
The countries, including Nigeria, introduced different measures with the view of curbing the virus, but all to no avail.
Nigeria instated the Presidential Taskforce on COVID- 19 to always give guidelines on the precautions to be taken in order to win the fight against the deadly virus.
The recent policy of the Nigerian Government to import COVID-19 Vaccine into the country towards taking what it termed the second wave of the COVID-19 virus have not yielded positive responses from the populace.
The Primary Healthcare Development Agency headed by Dr Faisal Shuab, says seventy percent of Nigerians would need the vaccine, but in swift action, some Nigerians rising in Delta State have called on the Federal Government to scrutinize the vaccine they want to bring into the country.
They urged the Government to relay on medical experts in Nigeria to come up with locally produced vaccines noting that such measures will go a long way in boosting local manufacturer’s inputs.
The respondents also called on developed countries to support Nigeria with farm implements and other tools that will help to lift Nigerians out of poverty.