If Some Are Dead After Eating It, We Care Not; We Believe It's A Gift From God-Woman Tells
During last week in Ghana, some sea creatures just appeared mysteriously at some seashores. These sea creatures came out dead where those living at the sea area were happy to sea such fishes and all they could do was to get them as eating fishes without any investigations or follow ups.
Chorkor is a coastal area and San be found in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The occupation of most people there is fishing.
Some of these sea creatures appeared at the area and everyone chased after it.
According to a woman living there who narrated how they saw these sea creatures, has said that all those who was able to get some of these dead fishes were happy and eating it with hot peppers or light soups. Although they have head that some people have eaten some and have died but she do not fear anything and care not because since they started eating these sea creatures, nothing has happened to them and they (people at Chorkor) believe that it is a gift from God.
Watch full video of this Chorkor woman
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