Catholic bishops urge Kenyans to boycott the Tetanus vaccine

The Kenya Conference of Catholic bishops are calling on all Kenyans to boycott the controversial tetanus vaccine being undertaken in 60 sub counties.

The bishops told the parliamentary health committee that the process is intended to control the population in the country saying original tests of the vaccine contains a hormone that brings infertility to women.

According to the catholic bishops the ministry of health has not tested the vaccine. They called on the government to prioritize human dignity and stop the process.