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SHOCKER! Suspects Arrested For Injecting KPOMO With DEADLY CHEMICALS !

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SHOCKER! Suspects Arrested For Injecting KPOMO With DEADLY CHEMICALS !

Health officers in Sapele, Delta State have arrested some suspects selling deadly Cow Skin popularly known as KPOMO , the culprits according to their confession stated that they inject the KPOMO with deadly chemicals.

Health officers in Sapele, Delta State have arrested some suspects selling deadly Cow Skin popularly known as KPOMO , the culprits according to their confession stated that they inject the KPOMO with deadly chemicals used in embalming DEAD BODIES and they soak in water which makes it bigger and more juicy for consumption.

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By February 20, 2019
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