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Woman Who Uses Water From Mortuary To Prepare Food For Her Customers Arrested

A woman has been arrested for constantly using water she buys from the Mortuary to prepare food for her customers.She uses the water she purchase from the Mortuary to prepare food for her customers.Popularly known as Juju,it will help bring her more customers because her food will taste great.

Due to competition this days,food vendors sought to different ways which will make them get more customers.Some resort to using charms in preparing thier food.This will bring more customers.

Gloria Edet owns a popular and big restaurant along Itan market road Uyo in Nigeria.She was arrested for after she was exposed by the mortuary man she buys the water from.The mortuary man claimed the woman was owing him for three months.She buys water that has been used to wash the dead bodies,He said.

This alerted the police and upon series of investigation it led to the arrests of the food vendor.Gloria Edet admitted and said anyone who taste her food will come back again.

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The woman is under police custody,state police headquarters Uyo, kwa Ibom state Nigeria.

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