- Gospel artist Sbu Noah called on politicians, especially government officials, to take the Covid-19 vaccine first
- Sbu Noah shared that the government officials should be given a month after taking their vaccine so that citizens can see if it has any side effects or not
- Sbu Noah's views came after Metro FM reported that Mzansi's Covid-19 vaccination may start as soon as next month
Gospel singer Sbu Noah has called on government officials lead by example and take the Covid-19 vaccine first. The TV presenter took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the vaccine after Metro FM reported that the nationwide coronavirus vaccinations may begin as soon as next month.
The Siyakukhothamela hitmaker suggested that those who are in Parliament should get their vaccine shots first so that the citizens of Mzansi can see whether it has side effects or not.
"Real leadership would be the government getting vaccinated first."
He shared that once the the officials get their shots they should be given a month to see if they are alright and then "maybe" the rest of the country will take the vaccine.
The star's fans took to his comment section to share their views on the vaccine. Check out some of their comments below:
"There is something behind this vaccine I am telling you."
"Am not going to take that, me and my family."
"I agree with the caption... Let everyone in Parliament get vaccinated first."
"Yes, let them be the first to get vaccinated."
"Our president and his Cabinet should be the ones who gets vaccinated but we will wait and see."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Fresh accepted the blame after government took a decision on last Monday to move the country back to Level 3 in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The country had moved to Level 1 just before the festive season and eased some lockdown regulations to allow citizens to enjoy their holidays and for some businesses to open.
However, the rise in the number of Covid-19 infections due to some people not adhering to the lockdown regulations forced President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Cabinet to impose stricter rules.
The veteran radio personality took to Twitter on Monday night, 28 December after Ramaphosa's address to share his thoughts on his speech. Fresh shared that South Africans had one job to do, which was to adhere to the regulations in order to flatten the curve.
DJ Fresh asked why people were surprised when Ramaphosa announced that Mzansi was moving back to Level 3.
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