She concluded her post by advising Nigerians to always check for expiry dates of products, before buying from stores. Here’s what Ekama, 2016 Miss Tourism Nigeria wrote;
???So that how i consumed 4 sachet of an Expired product,and i almost died 2Days Ago of a NUTRIC-C??i bought @hubmart_stores. victoria island, Unkown to me it has EXPIRED…my experience was really bad was rushed to d hospital,d doctor said nothing is wrong and gave me some drugs but still i felt sick and worse,d sharp pains didnt go away..my tempature was up beyond normal,my stomach is still sour,i couldnt move or talk much!. Until i called my dad and he said have u taken palm oil (Red oil)i said no he said do that now!! And stop taking the Antibiotics ?Immediately I drank d palm oil that night i slept off and next morning I was totally relieved of pains.. my pain is why would they allow such expired product still stay at d store??almost lost my life because of ignorance!!..please and please!!my people check for expired dates of products before you buy??. I thank God Am alive to see dis day???…
This is coming few months after it was discovered that it was actually an expired Malaria drug, that killed Nigerian gospel singer, Eric Arubayi.
Confirming the demise of the gospel artiste, his brother, Derrick Arubayi, in an exclusive chat with Vanguard, explained that the late Eric took ill after taking an expired drug meant to treat his malaria and typhoid ailment.
He said: “He had malaria and typhoid, which was untreated. It later became worse after he took a medication that had expired and this triggered his liver ailment and afterwards, every other thing just followed at a fast pace before his death.
The only thing that we had to say is that he lived for Christ. We just want the world to know that the name Eric Odafe Arubayi was for a reason beyond the West Africa Idol show.
For that reason, God would make manifest even beyond his glorious ascension.”
April 13, 2018 at 11:25PM