Dew Bottle Water causes death in Nigeria. Abstain from this Brand of water

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eMessage:
Dew Bottle Water causes death in Nigeria. Abstain from this Brand of water

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Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE

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An unregistered brand of bottled water with the trade name DEW, which is said to have caused the death of 180 people in Nigeria, has found its way onto the local market.
The Food and Drugs Board (FDB) has therefore advised the public to report any person who  offered DEW bottled water for sale. According to a statement issued by the FDB in Accra
and copied to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), the board had not registered any brand of bottled water with the name DEW. The DEW bottled water had been imported from Tanzania into Nigeria and contains a chemical that had caused the death of 180 people.

Dr Stephen K. Opuni,
Chief Executive of the FDB.

Email
Subject: Urgent Notice

Dear Colleagues & Friends

Please don’t buy or drink any bottled water called “DEW”. Customs say it was shipped into Nigeria from Tanzania where it has killed 180 people. It is said to contain a poisonous chemical. Please pass this on and save millions.

I cannot verify this story but this is an alert. Just got this from a friend that works with the Customs and Excise in Nigeria.There is a bottle water killing people, The name is DEW. Please do not buy/drink. It is contaminated with dangerous chemicals that destroy one’s body system. 180 died in Tanzania. It is in the Nigerian market, pass it on.

Ayupp Analysis – The above viral message informs readers by drinking dew bottled water is causing deaths in Nigeria. People should abstain this brand of water.

The above message is fake and has no proof of occurrence. This meesage has been circulating since 2011. A website named Vanguard had published at that time only that this is fake news. Read the below article –

 http://www.vanguardngr.com/2011/06/nafdac-dismisses-anxiety-over-dew-water/



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