Thursday, September 28, 2017

DANGERS OF DRINKING WATER USED IN WASHING A DEAD BODY REVEALED; AS Delta State Man made to drink water used in bathing brother's corpse to prove he has no hand in his death

A man in Delta state has been made to drink water used in washing his brother's corpse to prove he had no hand in the death.
According to Sapele Oghenek, it was family members who compelled him to drink the corpse water claiming that If he is innocent, he will not be affected by the water but if he played a part in his brother's death, there will be consequences after drinking the water.
The poster wrote: "Report enter studio say na last weekend dem go bury Mechuko for deir village. We hear and watch one video wey the family members for compel deir brother to drink the corpse water,wey dem use wash the deadibody,as tradition demands,in case e hand dey Mechuko death,make ground for chop am. Na d picture of when e dey drink d water dey attached to this update."

  • Tuberculosis can be acquired if the bacillus is aerosolized – residual air in lungs exhaled, fluid from lungs spurted up through the nose or mouth during handling of the corpse.
  • Bloodborne viruses can be transmitted via direct contact of non-intact skin or mucous membrane from splashing of blood or body fluid or from injury from bone fragments and needles.
  • Gastrointestinal (GI) infections can easily be transmitted from faeces leaked from dead bodies. Transmission occurs via the faecal–oral route through direct contact with the body, soiled clothes or contaminated vehicles or equipment. GI infections can also be spread as a result of contamination of the water supply with dead bodies.
Information on these risks should be provided to both emergency workers and the general public to ensure adequate disposal of bodies, appropriate precautions when handling bodies and to avoid panic and misunderstanding. 
If the dead body was preserved with embalming fluids (Chemicals) That cancer causing poison is instantly ingested by the drinker of this washed body and peradventure he he falls ill and dies...

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