The Democratic Republic of the Yoruba, long before now, had announced that there is no product or service that perverts or destroys the lives of Indigenous Yoruba People that will be tolerated within the precincts of the Yoruba Sovereign nation.

The attention of the Yoruba public is hereby drawn to the presence of a certain product named “WAKANA Non-Diary Creamer.” This product is NOT milk but has milk flavour.

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Report reaching us says that school children have become fond of buying and consuming this product, not knowing it is actually dangerous to their health.

Symptoms of being “high” on drugs have been noticed in several children who consume this product.

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Some of them, on the other hand, get put to sleep for abnormally long period of time after consuming WAKANA.

Others generally behave irrationally after getting back home from school after consuming this dangerous product earlier in the day.

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Parents and guardians in the Democratic Republic of the Yoruba are hereby put on alert to warn their children and wards against consuming WAKANA Creamer, so-called. It contains dangerous substance that is hazardous to health.

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In the same vein, the Indigenous Yoruba People (I.Y.P) have issued a directive to all Indigenous Yoruba persons to please be on the lookout for shops where WAKANA is on sale and to immediately ask such shop-owners to take the dangerous product off their shelf.

Failure to do this, within a reasonable time, pictures of such stores/stalls, with the address and shop-owner should be sent to appropriate quarters of the Indigenous Yoruba People.