Jami-Lee Ross behind company hawking anti-5G supplement

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Politician Jami-Lee Ross is behind a company reportedly planning to sell a supplement that protects users from 5G radiation.

Advance NZ co-leader Jami-Lee Ross during the minor parties' debate.

Jami-Lee Ross. Photo: Screenshot / Fair use

Stuff journalist Charlie Mitchell reported Ross had founded a company promoting a nutiritonal supplement called Praesidium, touted as “the natural solution to electromagnetic radiation”.

Records from The Company’s Office showed Ross as the director of a company called Praesidium Life, along with an Auckland naturopath, Michael Kelly. Ross founded the Advance NZ party in 2020, which Kelly is also chairman of.

During the election campiagn last year, the former National Party MP joined forces with Billy Te Kahika, who promoted conspiracy theories and misinformation about Covid-19, vaccines and 5G.

Jami-Lee Ross did not respond to requests for comment from RNZ.


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