The laboratories have been cautiously established in host countries under the pretexts of "battling epidemics" and "improving health services." However, the close involvement of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) – which runs no less than 336 such facilities – is a major red flag. It is worth noting that this number may be higher.
Highly populated nations in Africa, such as Nigeria, are specifically exposed to such "benevolent" research. The involvement of the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), an agency under the DoD, further solidifies the department's involvement in the labs. The DTRA has been working at "modernizing and reconstructing" the National Veterinary Research Institute in the town of Vom, located in Nigeria's Plateau State.
Moreover, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research is running related activities at the facilities of the Nigerian Ministry of Defense. The institute has been testing specifically dangerous pathogens without informing local authorities, thereby exposing thousands of Nigerians (and probably millions over the long term) to severe biohazards.
Russian military intelligence has discovered no less than four U.S. biolabs in the West African country, with Maj. Gen. Igor Kirilov noting the "strange coincidences" of outbreaks in neighborhoods where these labs are located. (Related: HUNDREDS of accidents have occurred at U.S. biolabs but were never reported.)
"According to available information, there are at least four Washington-controlled biolaboratories operating in Nigeria," said Kirilov, who commands the Russian military's radiation, chemical and biological defense unit. "Against the background of numerous cases of U.S. violations of biosafety requirements and facts of negligent storage of pathogenic biomaterials, we call on the leadership of the World Health Organization to investigate the activities of U.S.-funded Nigerian laboratories in Abuja, Zaria and Lagos and inform the world community about its results."
According to local sources, tens of thousands of samples and genetic materials are being secretly moved to other U.S.-run biolabs, not only in Nigeria but also overseas. The danger of creating yet another pandemic of worldwide magnitude due to such activities is significant, even if the DoD claims the research carried out there is "benevolent."
Despite these revelations, the West is unsurprisingly insistent that Moscow is "engaged in disinformation." It has also dismissed these biological research facilities as "harmless" and doubled down on the claims that Washington is "simply trying to help" the host nations.
The lack of transparency on the part of the U.S. Department of State has only exacerbated the issue. Revelations made by Victoria Nuland, under secretary of state for political affairs, regarding similar biolabs in Ukraine are mostly connected to the Russia-Ukraine war that began in February 2022. But when Russian forces came into possession of materials from these biolabs, she warned Congress that the "benevolent research" could become "dangerous in Russian hands."
But even before Kirilov disclosed the existence of the U.S. biolabs in Nigeria, several investigators have been studying this subject matter for years. Bulgarian investigative journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva is among them, having broke the news story about identical biolabs in Georgia. She interviewed several locals who contracted "mysterious" diseases just because they were living in proximity of the facilities.
Because of her coverage of this topic, she has experienced many abuses over the years. In one instance, she was expelled from the European Parliament in 2018 for questioning the then-U.S. assistant secretary of health over the biolabs present in 25 countries worldwide. Her interesting and pioneering work was also smeared by the mainstream propaganda apparatus as "fake news."
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