Boko Harem – Poisoned Fruits on its way to Markets in the South Region of the Nigeria

Be warned: Trailers load of poisoned fruits has been reported to be on its way to some popular markets in some states in Southwest and Southwest of Nigeria.
These destination markets are the markets agricultural produce from the Northern are largely sold.

The report strongly warned that People from Southeast and Southwest should:
Please avoid, stay away starve yourself of and do not eat carrot, apple, water mellon, and some other fruits coming from the NORTH.

The information further explained that BOKOHARAM has sent over 54,000,apples to the south-west for sale, and the same quantity to South-east, all poisoned with chemicals.. somebody just call from North now! Pls send to many people as possible!

Its serious


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