Covid tests being used to steal DNA- Museveni

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President Museveni has claimed that certain powerful embassies and Western allies are using different COVID-19 tests to steal the DNA of people under their target.

As a result, the President has decreed that there will not be any COVID-19 testing during the NAM summit so that there is no spying on DNA.

“During the NAM summit, we shall not do the compulsory corona testing. Why? It is because, after consultations with some of NAM stakeholders, we found out that some evil-doers in the world are interested in spying on the DNA of People. Can you imagine!” he said.

Sources say that Museveni believes some of the targets is his family and himself but Nile Post has no such proof.

Early this year, African presidents who are viewed as pro-Russian and mostly those who attended the recently concluded Russia- African summit in St Petersburg have had their security detail increased following leaked intelligence pointing to assassination plans from the West.

https://nilepost.co.ug/news/169425/pro-russian-african-leaders-increase-personal-security-as-intelligence-reveals-west-plans-to-assassinate-them

According to the Kremlin, there is a select group that Britain has hired to act on leaders in Africa.

This was also confirmed by the Telegraph quoting a Russian Military and Diplomatic Source.

The source said the “punitive saboteur unit consisting of Ukrainian nationalists and neo-Nazis” had been trained by MI6 and would soon be dispatched to Africa, where Moscow has sought to expand its influence in recent years, to “impede” Russia’s cooperation with the continent.

“The goal of the Ukrainian unit that has been trained by British intelligence is to carry out acts of sabotage on key infrastructure in Africa and assassinate the African leaders who favour co-operation with Russia,” Telegram quotes the source.

source: Nilepost

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