Elder Tshiama Anaclet Tshiama, 24, a Congolese missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, aka Mormon Church and LDS Church, tragically died not long after the Mormon church mandated covid-19 vaccines.
The 24-year-old missionary was originally from Luputa, Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2021, he was doing missionary work in Abidjan, Cote d’lvoire, according to a press release from the church. It’s worth remembering the missionaries are not paid for their work and are classed as volunteers, who may receive $400-$500 (£297-£371) per month from the church, depending on where they are working.
According to reports, a fellow missionary who was travelling with Tshiama found the 24-year-old dead on December 19th. He reportedly died in his sleep. However, the LDS Church said that there is no definitive answer as to how the missionary died, but that “preliminary reports suggest it is the result of an undiagnosed medical condition.”
Just recently before this, the Mormon church announced that the covid-19 vaccines would be made mandatory for all missionaries and members of the church. It is worth mentioning that Russel M. Nelson, the 17th president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Chris of Latter-day Saints, has links to big pharma (not just through his medical degree) as the LDS Church owned $646 million in Johnson & Johnson stocks in Q4 2019. Dr Nelson assumed his role as president in January 2018.
On camera, Dr Nelson and a number of other senior LDS leaders allegedly took the vaccine on January 19th.
The same day, the LDS church released a statement for members of the church: “As appropriate opportunities become available, the Church urges its members, employees and missionaries to be good global citizens and help quell the pandemic by safeguarding themselves and others through immunization. Individuals are responsible to make their own decisions about vaccination.”
Following this, a press release on April 30th essentially mandated the vaccines for all Mormon missionaries: “Young missionaries in the United States who will travel to a mission outside their home country on or after August 1, 2021, should be vaccinated before travelling. Senior missionaries may travel to their assigned mission, where visa and travel conditions permit, after they have been vaccinated.
“Missionaries who choose not to receive the required immunizations, which will now include the COVID-19 vaccination, will be assigned to a mission in their home country in accordance with long-standing existing Church policies.”
Tshiama was doing his missionary work in the Ivory Coast, therefore he was fully vaccinated in accordance with church policy. Despite this, no one has thought to consider the link between the jab and his sudden death.
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