A video making waves on social media, Instagram to be precise, where some vendors were seen washing their wares in a Gutter has stirred reactions.
In the video, some vegetable dealers were seen washing their vegetables in a nearby gutter before taking them to sell at the market. See video:-
Video credit:- Wisdom Blogg || Instagram App.
After this video was reposted by an Instagram influencer, Mufasa Tunde Endnut, it got many individuals who came across the video with mixed feelings.
Users expressed that it is quite unhygienic and wrong for them to do that, they advised vegetable sellers to stop washing their vegetables in gutters. Meanwhile, they further advised consumers who buy things in the market to ensure they wash whatever they bought thoroughly before consumption.
"Everything we buy in the market now must be washed and washed again at home, especially fruits and vegetables", the Instagram user expressed. Check out some screenshots of the comments and reactions below:-
Photo credit:- Mufasa Tunde Ednut || Instagram App.
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