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Have you ever wondered where the meat you buy at the market comes from or how its processing at the slaughter-house is done? Do you still believe you can still suck that marrow out from your favourite goat meat after knowing how it is dressed under unhygienic conditions?

A couple of days ago, United Television (UTV) interacted with some workers at the Suame-Kotoko slaughter house and revealed how they poorly handled the animals before selling it to the final consumer.

The footage was stomach-churning to watch and it is because of the health implications consuming such meat will have on the general public that Peacefmonline.com, has decided to reproduce it on our platform.

From the images shown here and the video you are about to watch, you would see the mountainous filth that surrounds the Suame-Kotoko abattoir and how your meat is kept on the bare floor in the name of dressing it.

You would also see a man pass urine close to where the animals are slaughtered and several disturbing images. Please dont forget to comment on this pressing issue after reading or watching the video and images.


Man dresses the animals with liquefied petroleum gas

How Clean Is Your Meat?

Workers wear wrong attires when dressing the meat we eat

Filth all over the place

Are you about to throw up?

How Clean Is Your Meat?

How Clean Is Your Meat?

Man washes the animals on the bare floor

Bare hands used when removing the intestines

How Clean Is Your Meat?

People are allowed to pass urine close to the abattoir

Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe email: [email protected]

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