Recently news pop up all over social media raising flames about five people including a pregnant woman, having been confirmed dead after eating a popular Ghanaian meal called waakye.
The waakye was bought at a joint at Oyibi Bush Canteen junction in Greater Accra, aside from the five dead people, over 30 persons have been affected and rushed to the Valley View Hospital, Oyibi hospital, Dodowa hospital, and other health facilities after they complained of severe stomach ache, which includes the waakye seller.
Kobby Kyei reveals how he rejected a body enhancement products offer from a company to post on his page.
“When they contacted me about the deal I asked them whether they’re brand was registered at the Food And Drugs Authority (FDA) but their response was rather a question to the question I asked, they said, your friends have been posting it so why can’t you do the same.
“You see I’m very careful about the things I put out there because I serve a community and so I got the invite and I ask them, what’s going to happen, are we going to meet and hangout as bloggers or we’re going to meet and hangout and promote your products.
And they said we’re going to post and promote their products”.
But Kobby Kyei said because he doesn’t post that kind of product on his page he rejected the offer and didn’t go for the hangout party.
I have rejected money from body enhancement companies to post their products/adverts on my page. The first question I ask them is: "Have you registered with the FDA?" Their response is usually: "Your friends have posted it. Why can't you do same?" – @KobbyKyei_ #DaybreakHitz
— Hitz 103.9 FM (@Hitz1039FM) January 31, 2023