Man seen using sniper on his stock fish to ward off insects

Man seen using sniper on his stock fish to ward off insects

- A Nigerian lady identified as Uchenna Okoli Anyanwu on Facebook has raised alarm over the use of carcinogenic pesticide on food

- Anyanwu was left in shock when she visited Oyingbo market recently to purchase stock fish

- The lady caught one of the sellers on camera using sniper to ward off insects on his food items

Many market sellers go to any length to preserve their products. While that is commendable, it is also worrying as some resort to using harmful chemicals on food items sold to unsuspecting customers.

Recently, a Facebook user identified as Uchenna Okoli Anyanwu shared a clip where she visited Oyingbo market to buy stock fish, only to see the seller donning the dried fish with sniper - a strong pesticide which should not be ingested by humans.

Uchenna advised the seller to desist from using the product to preserve his stock fish as it is harmful and can even kill people. More concerned about selling his market, he turned to his products and apparently ignored her while she tried to explain the dangers of the product he was using.

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Man seen using sniper on his stock fish to ward off insects
Seller seen using chemical on goods (Photo: Facebook, Uchenna)
Source: Facebook

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Meanwhile, a 300 level female student of medical laboratory science in University of Benin, Christabel Buoro, has allegedly killed herself over a failed relationship.

According to multiple online reports, Miss Buoro who stays off campus (in Ekosodin area) drank the popular rodents killer called sniper.

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