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A legal suit has been filed against the government of Ghana for endangering the lives of Ghanaians in the wake of the outbreak of the H1N1 pandemic.

The United Love Party (ULP) led by Mr. Ramon Akoto, filed the writ.

In a statement of claim dated 4th October 2011, the plaintiff is demanding an order for special and general damages for wrongfully injecting millions of people with a fake pandemic vaccine which killed thousands of people and injured millions.

Some of the injuries were swollen faces, swollen tongues, crippling, buzzing sound in the ears, instant cold, persistent headaches, cold. Others who received the injection are at risk of suffering countless number of diseases including going mad and many more.

The plaintiff is also demanding an order to provide Anti-Viral drug for all HINI vaccine patients/recipients and to recall all vaccines in Ghana including tuberculosis (BCG), poliomyelitis, measles, yellow fever, DTP, Hepatitis B and Heamophilus Influenza B, Elephantiasis vaccines and malaria vaccine for further investigations.

The fact of the case is that on June 14 2010, defendants allowed into Ghana some dangerous drugs and on philanthropic basis started injecting innocent people.

It was later detected the drug had expired and not suitable for human treatment. As a result lots of Ghanaians lost their lives, others who had strong resistances turned deaf, others had swollen head, and others had their tongues protruding outside while the rest are at risk of going mad.

Aggrieved by this the party has filed this action in this august court praying for compensation of GHC2.3 million to be shared to the bereaved families of the deceased as a result of the injection of those drugs.

Ghana’s minister of health at the time and the Ghana health services emphasized that H1N1 vaccine was safe even with all the injuries and death worldwide.

According to the plaintiff, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, chairman of the council of Europe health committee reported that there is no influenza in the hot countries and therefore it is not possible for influenza virus to spread very fast and kill millions of people in Ghana causing a pandemic because of the climate.

This report makes us believe that the influenza case at Mfanstipim Senior High School in the Central Region was fabricated.

Some students of Mfanstipim protect themselves from catching bird flu.
Medical experts all over the world would testify that the influenza virus spreads only in a certain climate which is winter. “Yet our government faked and forced the H1N1 vaccine on Ghanaians by deceiving the whole country that the virus was deadly. Ghana Health Services hyped up the disease, created fear and panic using the television and other media just to cause harm to Ghanaians,” says the plaintiff.

“The flu case at Mfanstipim did not kill anyone but rather H1N1 vaccine killed thousands and injured millions. Formerly, healthy Ghanaians who received the vaccine are now suffering from colds, migraine headaches and many more diseases are yet to come.

“My lord this is pure wickedness and its fraud on top of fraud. We are holding our government accountable for this fraud,” the plaintiff added.

H1N1 vaccine contains three very dangerous toxics namely Mercury, Squalene and Polysorbate which is linked to mental disorders and immune system malfunctions respectively. According to the vaccine manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline, the H1N1 vaccine was a clinical trial version, meaning that untested vaccines were given to the innocent people of Ghana.

H1N1 killed thousands of Ghanaians and more Ghanaians are expected to have mental disorders, diabetes, stroke and other diseases.
Source: The Al-Hajj/Ghana

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