Joseph Kabuleta Sounds Alarm Bells About Malaria Vaccine

Open This Video And Learn About The Dangers Of The Vaccine

Uganda Today: Joseph Kabuleta Uganda’s seasoned journalist and lately a pastor and politician has come out to boldly warn Ugandans against offering their children for vaccination against malaria.

In a media video clip Uganda Today managed to get hold of, Kabuleta quotes the manufacturer themselves to the effect that they warned the end users of the vaccine about the far reaching repercussions.

Who is Joseph Kabuleta?

Joseph Kizza Kabuleta (born 17 March 1972) is an Ugandan journalist, sports analyst, pastor and politician who contested for the office of the president of Uganda in the 14 January 2021 presidential poll as an independent candidate. He is well known for vocally criticizing the government and its systems and strongly articulating his campaign message of Financial Liberation .

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He was arrested after publishing a Facebook article that criticized the President’s son, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, and detained for four days in a government torture house.

His retelling of his experience in the media was rebuffed and denied by the government. However several critics of the government had been arrested and tortured prior to him confirming that the state does indeed torture independent and vocal opposition voices such as Dr Stella Nyanzi, a political activist and feminist Uganda now living in exile in Germany.

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