Please do not buy drink. And the claim that people have died from bottled water contaminated with ebola is utter nonsense.
Nigerian authorities have refuted the claims.
Dew bottled water. There is a bottle water killing people the name is dew. It s now time to put those rumours to rest. There are no credible reports of deaths caused by a brand of bottled water called dew in nigeria or elsewhere.
It is contaminated with dangerous chemicals that destroy one s body system. No matter your societal status or religion everyone needs to quench their thirst and use water for other purposes. According to a warning message that circulates via sms social media posts and email people should not drink a bottled water product called dew because it contains a poisonous chemical that has killed 180 people in nigeria.
The message labelled as an urgent notice suggests that the information came from customs. 180 died in tanzania. Opuni chief executive of the fdb.
The claims in the warning message are false. The dew bottled water had been imported from tanzania into nigeria and contains a chemical that had caused the death of 180 people. 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. All you need to know apart from food clothing and shelter water remains one of man s basic necessities. According to the warning dew contains a poisonous chemical that has already killed 180 people in nigeria.
The message warning consumers not to buy or drink a brand of bottled water called dew have been circulating for months. The food and drugs board fdb has therefore advised the public to report any person who offered dew bottled water for sale. Hoax slayer is owned and operated by brett christensen.
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. Hoax slayer debunks email and social media hoaxes thwarts internet scammers combats spam and educates web users about email social media and internet security issues. 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.
Dew brand bottled water sold in nigeria and other parts of africa has caused at least 180 deaths and has been known to infect those who drink it with the ebola virus. Dew bottled water fatal poisoning hoax july 27 2017. Claims that dew bottled water causes death or has been contaminated with the ebola virus are false.
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