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Thursday, March 19, 2020

Swine Flu Fever Allegdly Hits West Africa's Largest Piggery In Lagos.

There is another epidemic looming in Lagos state if all that is being alleged is to be believed.








First hand information indicates that there has been an increase in the number of pigs dying daily as a result of swine flu fever.......


The Lagos state piggery farm located at Giwa Oke Aro area of iju ishaga agege area is the largest pig farm in West Africa,but if care is not taken,it will become the smallest as insiders indicate that the pigs are dying in large numbers and being buried indiscriminately all over the place which is surrounded by a vast residential area...


Sources inform that unless the Lagos state government  puts an end to this illegal and unhealthy act,another kind of disease might break out amongst the people living around the piggery.

39 comments:

  1. USELESS!!!!!!!!

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  2. Yepaaaaaa......my cousin invested in pig farming in Lagos oaunty corona, madam lasso and now uncle swine flu

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  3. LMAO!!! When will this end please? Me I am accepting Jesus into my heart. no more clout chasing

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    2. We are yet to sort corona virus ish out, now it’s swine flu... lord Jesus! I’m ready for rapture oh

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    3. False statement
      Let the author show us the proof

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  4. I keep seeing their adverts, asking people to invest and yeild profit in 6 months, i dont even mind them

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  5. Seeee oh! And I've been reading up on piggery business. Thinking of investing in it. Just yesterday I was trying to read up on pros and cons. Waoh!

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  6. What will they tell their investors? Pigs are actually very cost effective when it comes to rearing.

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  7. God deyπŸ™πŸ™
    We go survive πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  8. Hmmmmm, na wa. Please the government should act fast.

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  9. When they will carry 5000 pigs and put in one small space the pigs will be eating their own faeces why dem no go die of swine flu!

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    1. Stop saying what you don’t know abeg,that’s how u people open your mouth to spew trash on subjects you know nothing about

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    2. You're peddling lies here. Stop saying what you don't know. Thanks

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  10. This year is smthn else. Right now i am alone in my unit made of 4 team members. One fell ill since last week,another lost his grandmother weekend and the other lost her mother yesterday. Only me at work today.

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  11. Swine flu doesn't affect human. It only affects pigs.

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    1. Human infection can occur, though rarely. Incidentally, the corolla virus has some similarities with the one that causes swine flu.

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  12. I only PRAY & HOPE the greedy n insensitive ones among the workers won't sneak out some of the dead swines to be resold to the ignorant and unsuspecting buyers πŸ™πŸ€”

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    1. Hmmm... that one too dey o! Naija that they recyle parts of dead body to sell to those that want to hammer...

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    2. That is not correct. I am a pig farmer in oke aro farm, the allegation is bloated, however we are taking measures to ensure nothing like ASF here.

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  13. Hmmm.... If only this government will act swiftly.

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  14. Thanks sweet Stella for letting the world know about it, I heard it's business as usual selling and selling the infected ones , it's quite pathetic we don't have a government ,they only appoint bench warmers with portfolio

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  15. Upon all the meat, fish and birds to eat people will prefer pig.

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    1. My sister help me ask them . The meat is highly infected with parasitic worms. Tueeeh

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  16. I invested in piggery last year but the most of the pigs died because of this flu. It so contagious because 60% of the pigs in the farm died

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    1. Where did u invest? Was it At Oke-aro pig farm. There wasnt ANY FLU OUTBREAK LAST YEAR. What was experienced Nationwide was Foot rot in the pig farming industry.

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  17. No buying of pork for the next two years

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  18. I happen to be a farmer in oke aro and Stella i can tell you you are very right but to the glory of God it has reduced,they have taken the sample and measure has been taking.we are back to business

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    1. Has been confirmed to be swine flu? Because so many things can cause death of livestock ranging from high toxic feed, feed poisoning, low hygiene and poor management and so on, we should do our research well before concluding.

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  19. What is the source of this information? You need to confirm before you stir the waters that you know nothing about

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  20. This is not true joor... I am a farmer at Okearo and I can categorically say this is not true.

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  21. This is simply not true! How can someone (some people) sit down and plot to destroy a whole economy? There's no truth at all in this report and whoever doubts it should visit the farm to verify. Surely, those who claim to be farmers on the farm and support this lie are fake farmers and are being mischievous!!

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  22. Please madam what is the source of your information? It's wrong for you to just put up something you know nothing about! It would be nice if you can authenticate your source instead of dabbling into things you know nothing about!

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