South Africa's Chief Justice Mogoing made a controversial statement

Amidst the world waiting for a vaccine to prevent corona virus infection, South Africa’s Chief Justice Mogoing made a controversial statement about the vaccine in which he said that the vaccine that is spreading excitement around the world is from the devil has come. The Chief Justice is receiving a lot of criticism for this statement.

A video is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which Judge Mogoing is seen praying in a church and during this time he claims that the vaccine will spoil people’s DNA. He said in his prayer that I do not exclude myself from any vaccine which is not from your (God) side. If there is a vaccine, it is from the devil, whose purpose is to bring ‘triple six’ (mark of the devil) in the lives of people and it will spoil their DNA ….. Any such vaccine, oh my God Destroy fire in the name of Jesus Christ.


Scientists and others are angry with these talks of Mogoing and say that such talks on behalf of an influential person like Mogoing can confuse people waiting for a vaccine.

South Africa's Chief Justice Mogoing made a controversial statement
South Africa’s Chief Justice Mogoing made a controversial statement

Barry Schoob, a professor of virology at Wits University, said it is very unfortunate that someone of his stature is misleading people because vaccines are an important part of controlling the epidemic. It is unfortunate that such an influential person is resisting attempts to control it.

Human rights organization Africa 4 Palstein has also condemned Mogoing’s statement. At the same time, the judge dismissed the criticisms leveled at her comment on the vaccine and said in a television program on Friday morning that she had the right to express her opinion. He said that it is an independent country. I can not be silenced. I am not worried about the results.

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