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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Zambia has accused China of supplying cans from dead people

In the media Zambia was reported that supply from China canned meat is actually marinated meat of the dead people. The publication has already caused an international scandal. The Chinese government in this article called deliberate slander, and the authorities of the African countries were forced to apologize.

photo: morguefile.com

In an article in the media of Zambia cited the story of one local woman, who currently resides in China. She warned compatriots. not to use Chinese stew made of poultry meat, because it is made of pickled human flesh, writes The Sun.

The woman claims that collected from the dead bodies of the meat was pickled, canned and labeled as a product suitable for human consumption.

It is argued that this technology has decided to resort allegedly due to limited space for burial in the country.

After reading similar notes, the Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Youming made a statement: “Today the local newspaper openly spread rumors, claiming that the Chinese use human meat to cook corned beef and sell it in Africa.”

He added, in comments to Chinese news Agency Xinhua that “it is completely malicious slander and vilification, which is absolutely unacceptable.”

“We Express our extreme anger and condemn in the strongest terms this act,” said Yang Youming.

This is a Zambian government Minister Christopher Mulenga has promised to conduct a thorough investigation of the incident. He said “the Zambian government regretted the incident, given the warm relations that exist between Zambia and China”.

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