A hausa fruit seller was caught today in Lagos washing his mangos in a stagnant dirty water in Lagos. This was made known by a woman who was Identified as Tobi Odukoya via a video she posted on her twitter handle.
She caught him red handed and was quick enough to record the whole incident.
In the video she posted, A particular young mallam was seen bending over a pool of dirty stagnant water and washing his fruits in it.
As soon as he saw Odukoya drove closer, he quickly hurried away from the gutter and went to stand in his stall. While the woman cursed out at the mallams, they were just looking at her, pretending as if nothing was wrong
Odukoya went ahead to warn people from the Agungi area to desist from buying fruits from mallams.
A few hours after Odukoya raised an alarm over the mallams washing fruits with dirty water from the gutter, a Facebook page called NIGERIANS said that another fruit seller caught also caught in the act, washing his wares in stagnant gutter water. Thank God He has been arrested.
The Facebook page went ahead to advise people to be careful about where they buy their fruits.
Click the link below to watch the Video.
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