Meet the man who poisoned customers at his Ogoja restaurant; 2 dead, 44 hospitalized
At least 2 people were said to have died Saturday after an eatery operator in Ogoja, Cross River State, allegedly put poison in the food he sold them as a way of getting back at them for an undisclosed reason.
The eatery operator, Paul Armond, it was leant, has confessed to the crime. He has been arrested by the police, is said to be undergoing interrogation.
Dr. Patrick Ubi, Medical Superintendent, General Hospital, Ogoja, where the victims were rushed to, said the victims ate from the same source, adding that it was regular for them to do so everyday between 9am and 10 am.
“After two to three hours, those who ate the food started complaining of abdominal pain; some were vomiting while others were foaming in the mouth”, Ubi said.