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Anambra school students recount what happened in their schools on Wednesday



So, yesterday there was panic in Anambra, after reports from the
state claimed that Soldiers were forcefully injecting school children
with the Monkey pox virus in the state.

In a recent video shared online, student recounted what happened and how they had to run home from school.
In the video shared online, a woman is heard questioning some
children of school age about what happened. The children, who were still
in their uniforms, said they were in school when teachers came in and
told them that soldiers were forcefully injecting people and killing
those who resisted.
“The teacher told us to go home that soldiers are going about killing children, injecting them,” a boy who goes to Peculiar School in Umuanyagu said. “Most of the students have gone home, even those that went with bikes.”
A girl who attends Marcellina Udoh Nursery and primary school in Ezioba Ozubulu said: “They
told us to go home that the army are injecting people, shooting
children and if you don’t let them inject you, they’ll kill you.”

Another much younger child piped up: “our school, they’ve locked it and my aunty left.”
The children went on to say all the schools in Ozubulu have been
closed and everyone has gone home. There was a little child seen crying
for the mother, the male pupil said.
The boy continued: “Those injecting people are around Eke boys.
Some of them are in Ugwu Oye, some are in Eke boys. The army is among
them. When they come, they’ll forcefully inject you.”

Meanwhile, eyewitnesses in the state released photos of the soldiers
conducting a free medical outreach in the state, to prove that the
exercise was not aimed at hurting any one.
Anambra school students
Anambra school students
Anambra school students
Anambra school students