- A recent report sighted by YEN.com.gh has alleged that three siblings passed on after consuming noodles in South Africa
- The older sibling aged 11 purchased the packet of noodles from a shop and prepared it for herself, her 7-year-old and 4-month-old siblings after visiting their grandparents
- Captain Priscilla Naid
A publication by Taxi Times has reported that three children aged 11, 7 and 4 months old have passed on after taking a packet of noodles.
According to the report, the three children went to visit their grandparents in New Brighton in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
The 11-year-old went to a shop and purchased a packet of noodles which she prepared for herself and her two siblings, Taxi Times reported.
After some time, they started complaining about being nauseous and experiencing stomach cramps.
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Their grandparents rushed them to the hospital and while on their way, the children passed out.
Captain Priscilla Naidu, a South African Police Service (SAPS) spokesperson shared that a post mortem will be conducted to confirm exactly how the children died.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady simply identified as Bisola was blessed by a stranger who was impressed that with her beauty she could be selling noodles.
The stranger with the name Obaseki Daniel shared a video on Instagram in which he gifted Bisola Ghc745 for sticking to her noodles business instead of selling her body to make money.
Bisola could be seen kneeling down for Obaseki and fighting back tears as the gift made her emotional.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian international footballer, Thomas Partey earlier recounted how he used to buy noodles referred to popularly in Ghana as "Indomie" for ladies in Ghana.
While speaking in an interview about some fond memories, the Arsenal star revealed that "indomie" took all his money as he had to buy it for the ladies he was trying to woo.
While recounting this particular childhood memory, Partey said he has bought so much 'indomie' for Ghanaian girls that he could even become an ambassador for the noodles brand.
The interviewer, Adam Carruthers, who was speaking from Malaysia indicated that his country and Ghana shared the same love for 'indomie' which was an Indonesian dish.
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