Lady drags zobo seller to court over alleged food poisoning, demands N88,000

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A Nigerian lady has asked a man who sells zobo to give her N88,000 compensation for allegedly selling a contaminated drink to her.

She dragged the zobo seller to ‘Judging Matters’ court which is a legal-based reality show where a judge hears domestic dispute cases, and it is hosted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

According to the lady, she bought a drink from the man not knowing that there was cockroach inside, but it was only discovered after she drank the zobo and started purging.

She said her sister took her to the hospital, and the doctor’s diagnosis turned out to be food poisoning.

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Her sister later went to the man’s shop to confront him, but he allegedly denied any knowledge of his zobo being contaminated.

After being discharged, the lady dragged him to court to demand that he pays her N38k which she spent on hospital bills, and N50k which is the amount she would have made if she did not miss work for five days.

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