NAFDAC warns against Indian garri, President needs more rest. . . and more stories

Do not eat Indian Garri, says NAFDAC

Have you heard about the so-called Indian garri? The stuff is produced was produced in Ghana and packaged in the UK. Well, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has urged Nigerians not to consume this product. Well, it’s not clear whether NAFDAC needed to warn us of the potential effects. It’s weird enough that a product is produced in Ghana and packaged in the UK, yet calls itself “Indian Garri”.NAFDAC vs Indian garri

Indian man divorces wife by saying “talaq” three times

Did you know that you can divorce your spouse with just a word? I mean to say that there is a controversial Islamic practice that says that a man can divorce his wife by saying the word “talaq” three times. The thing is, it should theoretically take three months; however, people have made this an instantaneous thing. in India, a man divorced his wife recently, through the “talaq” method – and the woman was kicked out of the house immediately. Why did he divorce his wife, though? Their daughter asked for 5 rupees. That’s all.

President Buhari needs more rest, says Presidency

President Buhari needs more rest, according to the Office of the Presidency. The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, made this announcement recently. He declared that the President needs more rest in a little chat with the State House correspondents. Furthermore, he made known that the President is grateful for the prayers of Nigerians; he also said that Nigerians have no cause for alarm. Well, it’s not like we’re clamoring for his return. . .


Man constructs windmill to provide himself with electricity

Meanwhile, a dude got fed up with the epileptic power supply in the country. So he did what anyone would do; he built a windmill. According to Instagram user Deji Garuba, the man had not received up to 30 hours of electricity in the last one year. Furthermore, the cost of running a generator is “neck-breaking”. So my man built a windmill to supply himself electricity. Good one, folks; this guys is on to something.


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