A Kenyan Twitter user by the name @RobertKiberenge has revealed that he wants to sell one of his kidneys.
This is warranted by high hospitals bills that came from the hospitalisation of his wife who fell into health complications after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine by AstraZeneca.
“I’m selling one of my kidneys to cater for the treatment of my wife. I’m willing to do anything to save her life. I have done everything I could. I have exhausted everything. Her life took the wrong turn on that day she took Astrazeneca jab,” Kiberenge wrote on Twitter sharing a photo of his spouse in a hospital bed.
At the end of July 2021, the Kenyan government received nearly a million Astra Zeneca vaccines from the United Kingdom.
Complications from vaccines
There have been complaints worldwide over the effects of the vaccines, some leading to blood clots and death.
However, the manufacturers of the vaccines don’t admit any liability.
“(Covid-19) Vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson are currently being administered in the United States under emergency use authorization (EUA), meaning that vaccine manufacturers aren’t held liable for any injury, including death, that their COVID-19 vaccine may cause.” – This was written in July 2021
In July, a lady by the name Pauleen Mwalo has died from complications arising from a Covid-19 vaccine that she received.
That was the second reported case of a Kenyan dying after taking a covid-19 vaccine. The first was Politician Ibrahim Johnny who died a few days after receiving his first shot of Sputnik-V.
Doctors and people who knew Ibrahim Johnny however clarified that he died due to a chronic illness that he had.
Burning fingertips , one of the side effects from Astra Zeneca….my feet also burned….so many absolutely rare side effects….37 in all…
I had one jab 27/3/21 …. apparently March had hot batches
This vaccine is not safe
It's not working..
It's maiming /damaging/ killing pic.twitter.com/m33juhegj6
— Bo Trainer (@BOTRAINER) November 2, 2021
Ms Mwalo had received the Covishield vaccine batch number 4120Z030 on 14th April 2021.
On Monday, 28th June 2021, she received a second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. The second dose was AstraZeneca batch number ABW4805. Immediately thereafter, she posted a tweet about her condition.
“Woi, fatigue and cold. God help me,”, she wrote.
She didn’t elaborate what was happening to her much but it was clear from the tweet that she fell sick after the AstraZeneca jab.
We wish Kiberenge the best as he struggles with the medical bills brought about by an unnecessary vaccine.
— Kiberenge Jnr (@RobertKiberenge) November 2, 2021
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