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Saturday, 24 December 2016

Evidence Of Plastic Rice In Nigeria!

Didnt the Minister of health Prof Isaac Adewole make a big speech on Thursday that there was no plastic rice in Nigeria?someone needs to show this video to him ASAP!




If you have bought plastic rice recently,please drop the info plus the brand in the comment section to prevent others from making the same mistake,we need to put this people to shame and stop their sham of a business....Hello!!


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    1. Bt they don almost chop the rice finish nah abi no be d bag don empty already like that.. kai!

      The man is funny tho.

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  2. And that stupid and good for nothing minister said there is no plastic rice in Nigeria. Apc is full of lies and deceits.

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  3. There's plastic rice in Lagos ooooo. Seen already

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  4. There is definitely an influx of plastic rice in d market. They should stop Denying it and do something abt it

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  5. Omg!!! This can't be happening, but I love rice. Please how can one spot it in the market?

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  6. Omg can u imagine? Just bcos we are in need of rice and Chinese people made rice dat look like dem, lol@ if u are scared go 2 ur room

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  7. Don't mind him
    They have oiled his hands

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  8. If you believed the minister of health then you are on a long time. He is trying to carry out damage control because the custom officers didn't get their script edited before dishing it to the public. Nigeria is a land where the truth is swept under the carpet or adulterated. Its a shame because anything that is to be consumed should first be tested by NAFDAC before it finds its way into the public but on this they failed and instead of admitting they are denying it,hoping they can secretly get ride of the side rice.

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  9. I never see the plastic rice stella.A close friend called me to tell that a BV here gave her the plastic Rice as Give away in this blog.Mean while I don't know how correct its. I will go and conferm it myself today and give you stella and BVs feedback.

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    1. The bv may not even know about it. Hian

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  10. Let me run dis test on dis par excellent Biko!

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  11. imagine dis happening dis period where Xmas rice is d in tin nah.... but seriously we should be careful... how do we differentiate between plastic rice and normal grain rice wen we go to d market.... someone should enlighten us pls

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  12. Let me forward this link to one sister in my church that was arguing seriously.
    My Redeem sister ooo. This is real.

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  13. Watched it. Terrible but she said it was supposedly 'basmiti' rice, even though I saw '... scented rice'
    Wicked humans who adulterate anything that is to be consumed or used on the skin are worse than the devil.

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  14. Exactly last year, Indonesia was hit with the plastic rice saga, after a video surfaced online of people manufacturing plastic rice in China.
    After in depth analysis it was found out that if the plastic rice video was true, then manufacturers of plastic rice would be running at a loss, as it was less profitable to manufacture plastic rice to natural rice. Manufacturing in commercial quantity is another kettle of fish.
    After analysing the samples, it was found out that all the fuss about plastic rice, was all fuss about a rice that never was.
    Polished rice tick, expired rice double tick, rice mixed other products to give the bag weight tick, but a bag filled with plastic rice, I no gree.
    In another news
    One year later the same scene plays out in Nigeria. Custom officials were said to have seized 102 bags of plastic rice. How dem carry know say na plastic rice? They boiled it and it was sticky. Yawns.
    An official said the unit would handover the plastic rice to the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control for proper investigation, after declaring it was plastic rice because according to them it was sticky.
    And curiously they did not explore the option of expired rice, as they said there was no manufacturing date on the bag and they were quick to call a sticky rice plastic.
    3 days later after thorough analysis the health ministry publishes their preliminary reports which show that the rice intercepted were not plastic after all.
    In another news
    Like Indonesia, like Nigeria.
    Bad news sells and travels faster than light.
    Argue with your health and Indonesia's health ministries.
    Yawns.

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    1. It may not have been profitable last year bc rice sold at a max of 12k a bag. This year, the story is different 28k no be crayfish.
      My question however is, what are local farmers doing differently that local rice has increased from 6k a bag to 22k a bag?

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    2. You are one very smart person. I called my friend who works in the Nafdac lab. She confirmed the rice was brought for testing and it was not plastic. Expired, maybe. But definitely not plastic.
      And please stop blaming the manufacturers only. What about the Nigerian importers and the Nigerian officials that allow them gain entry?

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    3. I seriously think this plastic rice is a hoax to tarnish certain brands of rice.
      Nigerians, I hail una!

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  15. This couple though, go to ya room. He doesn't share a room with his wife. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€. The rice though!

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  16. The man talking in the background is quite hilarious..

    "Just Negodu ihe unu n'eri"..that man is a comedian..

    But on A serious note;this is pure wickedness..
    what sort of greed for money would make you produce or sell this to A fellow human to eat??

    **sigh**

    @MARTINS ABOY

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  17. I don't think that video was made here.

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  18. I can only see 'scented rice'
    Only someone daft will put plastic rice in a pot, cook n eat, it floats, how can u eat what floats? Rice dey float? Or melt like rubber? Na mumu be dat o!

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  19. Stella, this is old news, na...This video has been on my phone since.

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  20. That doesn't look or sound like naija na! Although, we can't rule out possibility of that rice in Lagos.

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  21. Intelligentsia princess is back and better24 December 2016 at 10:44

    When your minister of health is a block head.

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  22. Plastic rice? Are you kidding me?

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  23. Eyah.... Thats sad...una don chop the rice finish na...una chop full bag of plastic...

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  24. You dey mind am?of course there's plastic rice!

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  25. OMG..... why are we so wicked in Nigeria. I am sure the importers of this plastic rice are aware of its plasticity but because of greed for money they are turning blind eyes. And relevant agencies are aiding and abetting this criminality

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  26. Nawa for that man and his igbotic accent. It was just distracting me from watching sef. Nna eh

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  27. This country ehn...making a big speech without proper investigation I hope he sees this...

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  28. This is serious. Very serious. I see humans in China but no humanity. Next is plastic beans...

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  29. My neighbour once bought one rice like that. she add water tire but the rice no gree soft. But it was local rice sha

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  30. Is not just rice oh, these Chinese people are evil, I watched a video yesterday and the guy mentioned 10 things being faked by Chinese, so BVs visiting China be careful.
    He mentioned.
    Eggs.
    Rice.
    Walnuts.
    Mutton(they use rat meat).
    Tofu.
    Honey.
    Black pepper(mud).
    Fake beef(pork and other additions).
    Cardboard buns.
    Fake red wine.

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    1. Also plenty baby milk 🍼 products are fake in China πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³
      It has been a big scandal.
      People have switched over to European πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ones.

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  31. CHINEKE! God pls help ur people.
    so i'm sharing these tips with you guys so you do not end up eating ‘plastic rice'.
    WARNING! 6 tests to help you spot fake rice:
    1. The mortar and pestle test
    When molding a few grains of rice with a mortar and pestle, if the powder gives a quite white colour, you are good to go but it has a yellow discoloration, your rice must be fake.
    2. The fire test
    You know what plastic smells like right. So, get a lighter and burn a handful of rice. If it catches fire and smells like burnt plastic, you have fake rice.
    3. The water test.
    Get a glass of cold water. Pour a tablespoon of raw rice in the glass and stir. If the rice goes to the bottom, it is all good. If it floats at the top, be careful because it means it contains ‘plastic rice’. Do not eat.
    4. The mold test
    Boil the rice. Leave it in a warm place for like 2-3 days. If mold does not appear in a few days, your rice is fake and should not be consumed. It will not get mold because plastic is not affected by the weather or temperature.
    5. The boiling test
    Observe the rice while boiling. If it starts forming a thick layer at the top of the pot, it is ‘plastic rice’.
    6. The hot oil test
    Just take some of the rice drop into some real hot oil. If it is plastic, it will melt or stick together or stick at the bottom of the pan.
    Share these tips with your friends and family so they do not end up eating ‘plastic rice’. These tests are very simple. Do not eat plastic rice, be careful.


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  32. ..... Don't burn down your house peeps!

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  33. Plastic rice...who makes it? Wouldn't it be easier to plant?

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  34. I tried to focus on the message but the messengers no gree me.
    Na real Basamatic rice.

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  35. The people who imported this rice into Nigeria are wicked and heartless...

    You can do this simple test on your rice to ascertain what you eat.

    Water test..drop some seeds of ric in the glass of water, if it sinks it's is real but if it floats it I plastic.

    Fungus test.. put some boiled rice in a bottle an d leave for 2days, if it does not grow mould then it I plastic.

    Hot Oil test.. just like to this video up there, plastic will melt and stick art the bottom of the Frying pan. Pour the rice in a hot oil to test

    Fire test.. then we all know how plastic smell on fire, lit matchstick on hand full of rice and perceive the smell.


    Boiling test...plastic rice while Boiling should form thick layer on top. Observe your face while boiling.

    Merry Christmas My people..
    Have a joyous celebration..

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    1. Thanks for sharing
      Merry Christmas

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  36. I know someone who posted in her facebook timeline yesterday about the fake rice her neighbor bought it pictures. Rice turned black after cooking.

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  37. Plastic cannot absorb water or heat Pls dis is simple physics, I don't believe this plastic rice drama

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  38. Minister of health ti san lori ooooo.

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  39. Plastic rice indeed. Do you guys know how much it will cost to produce a clean bag of recycled natural plastic or the so called assumed plastic rice. No average family can buy it ohhhhh. Plastice is verrrry expensive. Maybe something else mixed with rice but definitely not plastic.ask people in the plastic industry.

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  40. 2million likes for u & some read industrial physics in the university.
    I wonder how they can't spot the xterist of plastic

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