DEW Bottled Water Fatal Poisoning fact check

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eMessage:
Circulating message warns consumers not to drink any bottled water called "DEW" because it contains a poisonous chemical that has already killed 180 people in Nigeria.

eMessage made by – Social media and internet

Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE

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DEW Bottled Water Fatal Poisoning

Circulating message warns consumers not to drink any bottled water called "DEW" because it contains a poisonous chemical that has already killed 180 people in Nigeria.

Brief Analysis and Findings

The claims in the warning message are said to be false. Nigerian authorities have refuted the claims. There are no credible reports about deaths caused by a brand of bottled water called "DEW" in Nigeria or elsewhere. The warning has no basis in fact and should not be forwarded.

Now I don't know if its TRUE ir FALSE, but I know I ain't trying to find out, sticking with my Local water depots.

Ayupp Analysis – The message being spread is false. The Nigerian authorities have refuted the claims. The warning contains false information and should not be forwarded. Till date no one  has died from drinking contaminated bottled water called DEW in Nigeria, Tanzania, or anywhere else in the world.



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