Chinese import poisonous tilapia to Ghana

Chinese import poisonous tilapia to Ghana

- Police is on a manhunt for 2 Chinese officials who imported poisonous tilapia to Ghana

- Both men imported over 1000 cartons of such tilapia in January

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It has emerged that some Chinese men have imported poisonous tilapia into the country for sale.

Chinese import poisonous tilapia to Ghana

This is a picture of one of the wanted men (Graphic online)

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Police officials say these nationals, Zhang Ming alias Gary and Chu Yong Shuai, imported over 1000 cartons of unwholesome tilapia into the Ghanaian market as way back as January 29th.

“The Food and Drugs Authority were invited by the Police to inspect the alleged imported tilapia to ascertain whether the fish were wholesome for human consumption. Results by the FDA revealed that the tilapia were unwholesome for human consumption," the CID reveals.

Unfortunately, the said Chinese men are currently on the run as the police begs the public to assist in arresting them.

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The general public has also been place on high alert over the possible sale of these poisonous tilapia which is said to be dangerous for human consumption.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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