Russia Accuses US of Using Nigerians as Lab Rats in Unofficial Biological Experiments

By Douglas Jones 

In a startling accusation, the Russian Defense Ministry has warned that the United States is conducting unofficial biological experiments in Nigeria, using the country's citizens as unwitting test subjects under the guise of public health initiatives.

Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, head of the Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection Troops of the Russian Armed Forces, made the claim, alleging that the US is exploiting Africa as a testing ground for "unfinished" biological weapons projects that have been relocated from Ukraine to the continent. According to Kirillov, these projects are being carried out under the auspices of public health programs.

The Russian Defense Ministry further asserted that the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), the National Security Agency (NSA), and the State Department are spearheading this controversial project, which reportedly involves illegal experiments in Nigeria and several other African countries.

Kirillov specifically pointed to the US's Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) as the key players behind these alleged activities.

The United States has purportedly justified these biological projects in Nigeria as efforts to combat HIV/AIDS, as per Kirillov's statement. The Russian Defense Ministry's warning comes amid mounting concerns over the ethical and legal implications of such activities.

The gravity of these allegations raises questions about the ethical conduct of nations in the pursuit of scientific research and public health initiatives. As the international community awaits further developments, the implications of these claims on diplomatic relations and global health security remain to be seen.

Post a Comment

Share your thoughts with ANN..

Previous Post Next Post