Factory Producing Fake Soft Drinks And Passing It Off As Coca-Cola Is Uncovered
A business that makes counterfeit soft drinks and packages them with popular brand labels has been discovered in their hideout.
Bright Simons, a Ghanaian writer and social critic, discovered the facility, which is thought to be located in Ghana. Photos from the plant show the filthy conditions in which the drinks are prepared before being put into Coca-Cola bottles. The factory photographs have upset Twitter users and sparked a discussion about fraudulent goods in Africa.
Meanwhile, The General Overseer of the Prophet Hill Chapel International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has boasted pompously about his enormous wealth.
Gaisie propped up his watch during an interview with Kofi Adoma, and asserted that his ‘Cartier’ watch cost him Ghc 100,000 (1 billion old cedis).
The cleric was pleased to show off his material possessions.
The video of him boasting about acquiring such a valuable, material possession, which Jesus condemned, has gone viral, but not because of Gaisie’s hypocrisy. Because he goofed at the right pronounciation of the name of the watch he was carrying, the video is going viral.
Gaisie mangled the word “Cartier” and dubbed it “Kat33.”
Gaisie, desperate to boast about his watch, repeated the ‘Kat33’ pronunciation roughly ten times in a few seconds to impress Kofi Adoma with the high-end watch he carried.