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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Photos: See photos of people processing palmfruits

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72 comments:

LILIAN TAIWO said...

Yes oooooo even in my village o. Aunty Linda Na so.o

This is wrong said...

This is why the Ibo palm oil is the most hygienic and nutritious. This is not how palm oil is extracted in ibo land. Theirs is cooked and pounded and sieved and even after the extraction, it's cooked again.

Bonita Bislam said...

Haaaaa what is happening here? Even these full grown men inside the red oil pool?
Na God dey save us for this country oh.

sexy Vicky said...

I wish I hadn't seen this. Yuck! The palm oil produced from Ada in IMO state is produced using a manual compressor. How much is it nah.? Let's move forward oh great father land

AOI said...

Linda,
You're surprised? Much of the palm oil in Nigeria is gotten this way. I've known this since 1995.

Anonymous said...

This is why I only buy palm oil from Okomu oil company.

Anonymous said...

How many soaps will they use to bath after this

Anonymous said...

Is this how Palm oil is being processed ? God have mercy ooo, chai !! We de chop things be that ooo.

Anonymous said...

hmmmm na who go use dis type of oil cook ehn africa nawa ooo

Anonymous said...

They could pee in there or even go in without wiping and washing their bums after a number 2 and no one would know it!! Linda, you want to make people stop using raw palm oil to eat yam:)

Anonymous said...

This is how most of thethe palmoil, if not all that we consume is made. In yoruba its called "eku"

Oghenetega said...

This is Yuck...
To think they dip their whole body with sweat to mash the Palm Kernel..
Sad sad sad.

TheRealAkon said...

Shocking.

ERIC NESTY IS LIB'S FINEST said...

Abeg mak i go vomit small... I de come back..

Anonymous said...

We don't say oh dear when we see oyinbos using their feet and legs to press grapes for wine. Carry go ojere

Anonymous said...

Linda you are correct "Butter pikin"...no be today now

Cornelius Chukwu said...

Strange, is this how they process palm fruit in Nigeria or where?

Anonymous said...

OMG!!!! Bacteria loading

Tola Ogunsanya said...

Ok we all use it don't we??

livingstone chibuike said...

eew chim may God save us

Anonymous said...

Well, all I could say is that no matter how mind burgling it may appear, it wouldn't stop the demand for red oil. The dirt, I believe, goes out with the residue and water. It doesn't affect the oil itself.

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RareSpecie Z said...

Dirty fucks.

I can graphically imagine the menstrual blood soakin the cheap toilet tissue she used to trap the unholy blood penetratin through her dirty white panties n drippin into the product that is being processed.

May God save us all.

RareSpecie Z said...

Dirty fucks.

I can graphically imagine the menstrual blood soakin the cheap toilet tissue she used to trap the unholy blood penetratin through her dirty white panties n drippin into the product that is being processed.

May God save us all.

Bammy Jaiye said...

....And this will be called original palm oil.....hmmm

Omagara nonso said...

This is the archaic method , still used in most places in Nigeria, especially IMO,Abia and south south.

We need investors

Aligwe Tom said...

If na so e be I no use palm oil again. Jeez!

Agbomen said...

Thankfully after this stage it goes on the fire for quite sometime to extract the oil. But it's about time we change the process. Find a modern way of processing this stuff. Seeing this, am put off palmoil, at least for awhile.

Anonymous said...

Wait until you see how the white folks process the wine you drink. Don't condemn your own, help them improve

Huxxein said...

They are processing body parts not palm

Mr 47 said...

Sweet Lord!

Stanley Ejiogu said...

Nothing is wrong with this...my first day of doing this in the village I was against it as well... Until I sat down to observe

Anonymous said...

You on point jare it's only Linda dat condemns anytin African does bt encourages the white ones and ltr she will say self made.... nonsense

victor kelvin said...

You on point jare it's only Linda dat condemn anytin African does bt encourages the white ones and ltr she will say self made.... nonsense

lovina ikpeme said...

OMG!!!!! WHAT IS THIS?????

Isek said...

What is all this pretence from most people for? It is the way it was done and it didn’t kill our forefathers, otherwise we won't be here! What of oyinbo grapes and wine? Did they always have mechanical presses?

Isek said...

What is all this pretence from most people for? It is the way it was done and it didn’t kill our forefathers, otherwise we won't be here! What of oyinbo grapes and wine? Did they always have mechanical presses?

Anonymous said...

Mr anonymous babcterias can't be seen.. May be you Don forget... If u they chop anything me I don't oh...

Anonymous said...

Only God knows the amount of germs their body has put into the oil

Anonymous said...

Abeg! Abeg!! Abeg!!! Those complaining should go into palmoil production and lead the way in hygenic processing. all you people do is criticize and complain and then eat meals prepared with it. Shioooorrr!

Anonymous said...

These ppl have not taken baths in years. THey don't even have access to water; so how could they take baths.

Anonymous said...

Some people self, always forming and behaving as if we never had our own local way of doing my things before the advent of mechanization. Plz what is wrong with the pics posted above that some even claim it irritates them?

Anonymous said...

u are right! I can make banga from start to finish. No sweat or bad water can go with d oil.
But this their process is dirty n dusgusting.

Onah Caleb said...

Buy your original oil.

Vincent Salau said...

Good for them

Vincent Salau said...

Pretty despicable but it has always been the case.

Agbomen said...

Z ur imagination is running riot plsss. No sane person would do that, no matter how uncivilized nd backward.The pic u painted is really gross.

Daniel Ezekute said...

Even women...who are mensurating. Hei! Mmadu efuo .

Anonymous said...

That how ondo people process their palmfruits

Anonymous said...

That how Ondo people process their palmfruits

Anonymous said...

Same way grapes are crushed for wine

godwin peter said...

Nothing interest me than those guys with six pack.

Anonymous said...

You guys disgusted with body hygiene do u stress when u jump into bed with your smelly rich politicians. Because palm workers are poor u are mocking them. When they get rich tomorrow u gonna licker their asse

onyinyechi nzekwe said...

We are africans

Chuma Anumiri said...

no no no, I believe this boy for human consumption, that is probably a palm bath... Yeah! That's another form of therapy.. Lol... Africans

Anonymous said...

HEPATITIS OOOOOO

Hemmie Akej said...

Nobody even bothered to ask Madam Linda where this pix(s) was taken.

Mozelle J said...

Buy your original palm oil from me. #3000 per small Eva bottle. Pay for neatness. Msg me n get urs.

Anonymous said...

N who tell u dey won't cook it again

Shotunde Omoniyi said...

meany people are ignorant of what is going on around them, this is how we process palm oil in Nigeria for ages. this pictures show the 5th stages in processing palm oil. Stage1: harvest the seed from palm tree. stage2: remove the seed (palm kernel) from the bunch stick. Stage3: You cook for hours until the body layer of the seed became soft, and allow to cool. Stage4: In this stage they use feet(leg) to match it until the body layer pill-off from palm kernel. Stage5: is what you see LIB picture...

Anonymous said...

God bless you jare!

Anonymous said...

You lie, Mr. This Is Wrong. I served in Ndeabor, Aninri Local Government Area of Enugu State and this is how palm oil is processed in that community.

Anonymous said...

The question now is 'what is NAFDAC' saying about this?' All those palm oils you see in nice looking bottles in shoprite and other big stores, is this how they were. Before the 'Packaging'
Na wa o. God is our strength in this country.

Anonymous said...

thats how its locally processed oh. they can even pee inside sef, but it will be purified with boiling. modern mechanised processing now available tho

Vivian Reginalds said...

hmm
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

NAFDAC do something . In fact Senate house of reps run to our rescue

ogbonna nwabueze said...

People can pretend sha.don't u ever eat palm oil from African because this is how it is processed

judith umeh said...

This one na swimming pool .chio thank God na me dey produce my own....

Anonymous said...

This is not how they procees palm oil in my own state. Abia. They boil and pound it in big motar. Bring it and separate the chafts and the kennel then squeeze the shaft to bring the oil out.they also boil it

Anonymous said...

this not hoW they process palm oil in my own state Abia

DFC anonymous said...

Never, this is not how they do it in my father's compound, the process is always hygienic not with legs

uniquechic said...

ds method is sooo old..looks yucky but have u seen how food is prepared at dos road sides u go...or havent u hed someetimes fast foods use dead chicken meant to be evacuated from farms dat have issues...its God dat is saving someone ...

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