You Can Chew All Of Them If FDA Finds Out That Truly Stress Killed Them-Kofi Adoma Tells
It's been some days since some sea creators have been found at Axim in the Western region of Ghana and one other town in the Greater Accra Region.
As it stands, the minister for fisheries and also the member of parliament for Ewutu Senya constituency, Honourable Mavis Hawa Koomson with her team and the Food Drug Authority (FDA) are investigating about these sea creators that killed them but first information has reached which is saying that it is stress that killed these sea creators.
Kofi Adoma Nwanwanii who is a news anchor and works at Angel TV and radio station has advised that no one must eat that sea creators since they are dead because no one knows how they came to the sea shores and what killed them. It will be better for those who have the dead sea creators to wait for the minister of fisheries and FDA comes out with what actually killed them. He said this during 6:00pm news on Angel TV and radio station.
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