In what is a major threat to the health and safety of Ghanaians, fake cans of Blue Jeans energy drink are selling like hot cake on the Ghanaian market.
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A Facebook user, Seli Kem, shared a video which detailed how some unscrupulous people had branded different drinks as Blue Jeans energy drink.
Kem said his friend bought one and consumed it only to discover after removing the branding that it was a different drink entirely.
Kem then bought another can of what he thought was Blue Jeans from the same store and discovered after removing the branding that it was a different drink.
The video raises questions as to what the Foods and Drugs Authority (FDA) is doing to protect Ghanaians from potentially harmful products.
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A Facebook user who commented on the video said after watching, he examined some cans of Blue Jeans energy drink in his mother's store and discovered that they were fake.
The drinks themselves were called Wild Card, but they had been labelled as Blue Jeans.
Watch the video below:
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