It seems quite unbelievable that Femi Fani-Kayode, former minister of aviation, recently had his first AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine jab. This is after he had, on different social media posts, condemned and warned against the vaccine, even tagging it “Gates’ killer vaccine” and “EVIL”. Fani-Kayode has vociferously been claiming that the vaccine’s purpose was part of the depopulation agenda which would kill millions of people especially Africans. Many people, thanks to deviant characters like Fani-Kayode, still doubt the existence of the COVID-19 virus. To some. it is just a game of politics. Looking at the coronavirus pandemic, conspiracy theories range from entirely fabricated content to speculative findings shared via what looks like a game of Chinese whispers. Genuine sources are never known. Conspiracy theorist advocate the existence of secret plots which the powerful elites are hiding from the public’s eye in a bid to politically manipulate the people or eliminate a particular race. Many forms of conspiracy stories have been circulating in several countries. In Nigeria, for instance, there were reports that some patients who visited the hospital gave information of how mere malaria cases were recorded as COVID-19.