Ikem Okuhu, a journalist and marketing communications professional, has accused a supermarket of selling him dozens of counterfeited condensed tin milk.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, Okuhu, who said the supermarket in question is in his neighbourhood but declined to mention the name or its location, claimed that he bought about a dozen of Three Crowns Milk tins from the shop about a week ago.
He stated that while preparing breakfast, his wife discovered that the tin of the milk container had apparently been tampered with, with the label used to cover the affected area after the content was refilled into the container.
Wondering that his son could have been poisoned if had he consumed the content, the journalist said he contacted an individual who knows the owner of the supermarket and presented his claims.
He, however, claimed that he was contacted by a woman, who said she is the sister to the owner of the supermarket and told him that they purchase the product from the direct agents of the brand’s manufacturer.
Okuhu vowed to take the matter up with the brand and supermarket, adding that he will reveal the name of the supermarket in due course.
Click the link appended below to read Okuhu’s account: