Porridge distributed by WFP in Ofua contain poison as over 100 Refugee fall sick and one died after eating.  
Occurred in Ofua 3 of Rhino camp refugee settlement, Uganda on March 18, 2019, at 9:30 AM
Reported by Anonymous via Internet on March 23, 2019, at 11:45 AM in Imvepi, Uganda
Also heard by 2 other(s)

This rumour is probably true and is of high priority – here's why:
The food poisoning is suspected in karamajong land where upto 5 people have been reported to have died and over 220 hospitalized in Amudat and Napak districts. Our trusted sources confirmed People in those two districts developed health complications after feeding on the super cereal especially mothers and children of which Most of the patients from Napak and Amudat developed mental illnesses, body pains, diarrhoea after feeding on super cereal, Lotome health center III alone with 14 staff has received 140 cases of the same. So far 138 have been discharged, 1 referred to Matany hospital and 1 life couldn’t be saved. Samples of the super cereal and water were taken from the affected areas and are currently being analysed at the Directorate of Government Analytical Laboratory and the Central Public Health Laboratory in Wandegeya.

The Ugandan Government and WFP confirmed they are carrying out more investigation o n the suspected food poisoning https://nilepost.co.ug/2019/03/19/government-investigating-suspected-wfp-food-poisoning-in-karamong

How ever hagiga wahid has never registered the same occurrence in Rhino camp and Imvepi as our teams are still on the ground for more verification. We urge you to be patient as we carryout this verification and get back to you soon with the confirmation.
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Location Reported by Via Date
Imvepi, Uganda Anonymous Internet 23-Mar-2019 @ 11:45 AM
Uganda anonymous Internet 18-Mar-2019 @ 8:34 AM
Arua Uganda, Uganda anonymous Internet 18-Mar-2019 @ 8:30 AM

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