Transcription – English – Hugh Akoji

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Trish Wood:
He is a traditional chief with a degree in math and physics, and he wants to testify about how his niece died from the from the vaccine. Hello, chief. How are you?

Hugh Akogi:
Fine. Can you hear me?

Trish Wood:
I can hear you. If you would very kindly just pronounce your last name for me. And when you're doing that, just affirm that everything you're going to say today is true to the best of your knowledge and your your ability to know that.

Hugh Akogi:
My last name is pronounced Ak-uh-ji. It's from a Japanese version of a corgi. And yes, everything I testify to will be the truth. And I must say that the. The situation with people that I do know, including my niece. I have not been able to find official records to verify how her death may have been connected to the vaccine. But the truth is, someone in the system actually informed me that she died due to blood clot taking the vaccine. So to me, there are no coincidences. I would. I have some prepared notes and I apologize. I really didn't know I was presenting until yesterday. So to optimize my time and I know that you're limited and I have to keep on schedule, if you don't mind. And I know everybody here can read, but I would like to read for my notes later. Again, I optimize. Is that fair?

Trish Wood:
Yeah, sure.

Hugh Akogi:
Thank you. I will start by saying that I would like to acknowledge the people of the territory from which this presentation is coming from. I believe it's Haudenosaunee Nation and it's always an honor to be in another chair. I'm new to this stage. So a little background. You already mentioned that I have a degree in science with majors in math and physics. Important to my presentation because I rely on science heavily. My career in fisheries and oceans research all makes me feel that I have a way of looking at science that. I'm going to say that I believe it's been abused. It's abused in today's society more than it's used. And yet it seems to be something that we have to live with. I'm the chief of the best kind of coordination in Canada starting in 1998. So. I have studied, taught and worked in the field of science from 1965. To this day, 76 years of age, I have seen and experience the issues many just talk about. I am among the unvaccinated. As my science tells me, this is a human experiment. Lacking supporting evidence that proper procedure has been followed under the guise that time does not allow the luxury to get it right.

Hugh Akogi:
Which over my lifetime has only contributed to the problem and not a solution. Not being familiar with the Canadian COVID Care Alliance. My grandma Google. That's my friend. Dissident of extreme. If I might come up to speed. And I recognized a lot of the topics endemic of the unvaccinated, the mis scientific review of the data. It's time to stop the mandates. Inoculations for COVID 19, more harm than good and early treatment, etc.. And I'm very pleased to be on this panel. It's an honor to be amongst such guests, but I'm about your expertise. And I will focus on what am I bringing to the plate in order to work with those? Number one, the truth. Number two, medical justice. So my concerns and both disciplines in cost. Pressure media, politicians and their background. By the way, the politicians from medical and pharmaceutical corporations and I use this reference intentionally should make even the most hardcore proponents suspicious, if very. Open, transparent and accountable. In iron, I muted myself. Sorry. My best. Cheap and transparent.

Trish Wood:
Can I interrupt you for a second and just ask you to try to get to the story of your niece as quickly as you can? Because I don't want to run out of time before we get that evidence into the file today. So if we could. Get there quickly. I'd be grateful to you, Chief. Thank you.

Hugh Akogi:
I have given you the story, and I've told you that I have no way to confirm. The evidence because no one will talk to me about it. My own family will not talk to me about it. Everyone feels that this is a know. I can put my notes aside. I'm sorry.

Trish Wood:
That's okay. Thank you.

Hugh Akogi:
Everyone seems to have this code of silence. This is something that indigenous peoples are used to, and we can quote any number of cases. But this is not just a native thing that's happening. It's happening all around me. I'm experiencing different stories, including what's happening on reserves. There are chiefs that are concerned because they are responsible for the programs. They are being held accountable by their own people when something goes wrong. They have to face their own people. So they, too, are starting to ask the questions of. Hey, Health Canada. What's going on?

Trish Wood:
Let me ask you, Chief, why why you believe this? This happened. When was she vaccinated and when did she pass away? What? Tell me that story.

Hugh Akogi:
Yeah.

Trish Wood:
Was the time difference?

Hugh Akogi:
Yes. And I'm sorry. All I know is that it was very close. I am not. Again, no one will talk to me about it. I tried to get information. Tried to understand it. Hadn't been for a nurse talking to me and telling me stories that may or may not have been out of school. I just know that things have just gone wrong. And I've been trying to tell you to. Not just her. There are other things going on around me and that's where I am, just not just suspicious. I'm quite sure that these issues are not coincidental. I'm telling you to. There are no coincidences in my life. So, yes, you want me to give you hard evidence? You want me to sign on the dotted line, but you also want the truth. And the truth is, I can't do that. Without. Some sort of medical record in front of me. And how am I going to get that record? Who's going to help me? They won't even talk about that in the public. So when it comes to getting personal records, no, I'm not going to be allowed access to any of that. So if that's what you want and I'm sorry I can't produce that because it's something that I've not been able to access officially. And it's like a lot of things in my life. There are. It's just happening. And just like the story you heard before, you said are all happening around me and. But you know, do I go out and acquire records? No, that's.

Trish Wood:
Not.

Hugh Akogi:
What I can do. I'm sorry.

Trish Wood:
I think we're all feeling the powerlessness that you're feeling, Chief. So I'm going to hand this to the panel, because I know they've got questions for you, too.

Hugh Akogi:
Thank you.

Preston Manning:
Yeah, thank you for doing this. I just have one question. If a genuine national inquiry was set up to look into the whole covert business, do you feel some of the chiefs and people like yourself would be willing to testify at that hearing and recognize that if such a hearing was held, they could compel some of the other people that you want to get information from. They could compel them to testify and ask them to testify under oath and to get the information you're talking about. But I guess my question is, if a genuine national legal inquiry was held, would some of the chiefs and people like yourself be willing to to testify at a at a hearing like that?

Hugh Akogi:
I can only speak for myself, sir. I've never been one to speak for others. Yeah, I've heard their stories, but a lot of them won't tell those. Right? Or in public. So do I think that they would do it? I'd be guessing. I'm not going to do that to you. If you want me to testify. Absolutely. But I would go into the very data and research and at least find the non evidence that it's almost impossible to find out the truth because nobody's talking about it.

Preston Manning:
Okay. Yeah.

Hugh Akogi:
I'm so sorry.

Preston Manning:
No, no, no, no, no. That's good. You're telling the truth.

Trish Wood:
I think people share that frustration, Chief. Anybody else on the panel?

Dr. Susan Natsheh :
Yeah, I just had a couple of quick questions. Thank you, Chief Okojie, for speaking today. How old was your niece when she passed?

Hugh Akogi:
39, I believe.

Dr. Susan Natsheh :
It's a very young.

Trish Wood:
I'm very sorry.

Hugh Akogi:
Could I give you a little more information, please?

Dr. Susan Natsheh :
Yes, please.

Hugh Akogi:
I love this little girl. She was compromised. Her immune system when she was four years old. She had to have her pituitary removed because of the cancer. And she had to they had to go back in ten years later and remove the rest of it. So he was on heavy medication. She was what I would call on a compromised medical regimen. And I would think no one no one would have approved. Such a person for a vaccine. I feel compromised just that medical or especially immune system. Because for her to take a series of drugs that aren't basically natural to her body, she had to have a compromised immune system. And I, too, have a compromised immune system four years ago, and I don't trust these vaccines. So that's my feeling. That's what I know. And yes, 39 years old is way too young. And you have medical issues and being on medication. I think that's a dangerous game to play. It always, obviously.

Trish Wood:
Okay. Thank you, Chief. We've got to move along, but we're sorry for your loss. Thank you very much for doing this. It's meaningful for us. Thank you.

Hugh Akogi:
Okay. No problem. Thank you.

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