"I Will Never Eat Mama Put": Lady Cries Out After Catching Food Seller Peeling Yams On Bare Floor

"I Will Never Eat Mama Put": Lady Cries Out After Catching Food Seller Peeling Yams On Bare Floor

  • A Nigerian lady shared her experience with a yam seller who peeled yams for sale and left them on a bare floor
  • In a video, she confronted the woman who was so remorseful and apologetic over the unhygienic act
  • Legit.ng reached out to a medical doctor, Chinenye Nwankwo, who reiterated the threat of such an unhygienic practice to the health of consumers

A yam seller got tackled by a Nigerian lady at a market over an unhygienic practice at her stand.

The lady identified as @donia_nalita on TikTok filmed the incident and shared it online, sparking mixed reactions from netizens.

Marketwoman begs after getting confronted over unhygienic practice
Lady confronts yam seller at marketplace Photo credit: @donia_nalita/TikTok.
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Yam seller criticised for unhygienic act

The yam seller was first seen in the video peeling yams and placing them on a bare floor at a marketplace.

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Donia believed it was very unhygienic to place the yams on the floor especially since they were meant for public consumption.

She decided to film the moment and share the video online to educate netizens about the importance of maintaining hygiene at all times.

However, on second thought, she believed that it was best to confront the seller and let her know that her action was unhygienic.

Donia confronted the yam seller who began packing the yams into a bowl immediately.

The seller acknowledged her wrongful act, apologised and promised not to repeat such an act.

Donia narrated in the video:

"I went to the market and I saw something that really made me shiver. This mama put woman cut yam and poured it on the ground in the market on the bare floor where people are walking around.
"I decided to record it and educate people on the kind of food that we eat but on a second thought I said No let me go back and confront her because the change will start will her then others will learn."

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Legit.ng reached out to a medical doctor, Chinenye Nwankwo, who reiterated the threat of such an unhygienic practice to the health of consumers

In her words:

"No this is so unhygienic and gross. Some people's immune system is not strong enough to handle the illness that could arise from this. If only humans can pay more attention to their health and what they take in."

Reactions trail video of unhygienic yam seller

Many social media users tackled Donia for raising her voice despite the fact that the seller accepted her wrongs and was already apologetic.

@ronkefhaj said:

"She's wrong ma but you were not supposed to talk to her in such manner nah. Anyways good job."

@mimibeed said:

"You get luck say no be me be that woman. You can't correct without shouting."

@user97834303067436 reacted:

"On a normal the suffering in this country has made our immune system to be more stronger than pain itself."

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@leeza0125 said:

"Even though she will wash it she was wrong something that goes into d mouth."

@mo_chukwu reacted:

"This is how my mom was sick after eating rubbish in market, and I spent so much to treat her. May God help us in this country."

@sunybee89 said:

"You did very well by not showing her face thanks very much no body is above mistakes."

@chilesweetness1 said:

"Madam rest. She realized her mistake and apologized. You still Dey shout up and down. Mtcheeeww,. Thank God say man no be God ooo."

@anibestchoice added:

"Everyone de shout can’t u talk to her normal she de normal na she de cut yam put for ordinary ground even a child will not do that."

"GH¢220 for 1": Ghanaian lady abroad refuses to buy yam after converting cost into cedis

YEN.com.gh reported that a video of a young lady's reaction, after she attempted to buy yam in Bahrain has got people talking.

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She converted the cost into cedis and concluded it was expensive and hence would not buy it.

Many people who saw the video urged the woman not to convert her expenses into cedis since she is not living in Ghana.

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Source: Legit.ng

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