Stop Eating Salted Fish For Now – Prof. Nunoo Cautions Ghanaians

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Stop Eating Salted Fish For Now – Prof. Nunoo Cautions Ghanaians

Head of the Department of Marines and Fisheries Sciences at the University of Ghana, Professor Francis Nunoo, has warned Ghanaians to stay away from salted fish popular known as ‘momoni’ in the local parlance.

Prof Nunoo indicated in a television interview monitored by Tapnewsgh that, information available to them indicates some washed-ashore fishes could find their way on the markets.

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“I believe that they are simple enough for the ordinary man to follow. Let’s follow these little protocols and also let’s be on the look for foul smell on fishes. Then we should be fine.”

“We have information that some people, when the waves of sea come, some fishes appear back onto the surface of the shore” he said.

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Prof. Nunoo observed that some people are picking up some of the fermented fish that have been exposed to vultures and animals after sea levels have resurfaced on the shore after their buried state.

The Food and Drugs Authority has warned the public not to consume the washed-ashore fish due to the potential health risks it may pose.

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The FDA said in a statement that laboratory tests are underway to investigate the cause of the death of the fishes.

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