Ghana: Two Liberians died from Kasaperako Alomo

By Peterking – Two Liberian are reportedly died from consuming two bottle of Kasapreko Alomo Bitters on Sunday 18th October evening, the two were last seen betting as to which one of them can drink a full bottle of Kasapreko Alomo Bitters, will take  20.oo Ghcedis and a mobile phone .

Kasapreko Alomo Bittersis said to be one other first of which we are particularly proud – the conceptualization, research, design and development of the first scientifically formulated, herbal-based alcoholic beverage, Alomo Bitters.

The two James Kofah and Ben Wilson after drinking that evening could not reach home again.

Eyewitness said after 5 minutes of drinking they were seen leaving towards the St. Gregory Hospitalon the Budumburam Camp, collapse and fall flat on the ground and were rushed to the hospital for check-up.

Kasapreko Alomo Bitters an aphrodisiac is a substance that is used in the belief that it increases sexual desire.

The name comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality and love. Throughout history, many foods, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable.

According to the reliable information from the company concerning the drink, said Kasapreko Alomo Bitters is prepared from carefully chosen plants extracts.  A herbal alcoholic product made from carefully chosen tropical plant extracts and very well known for its proven medicinal values and researched by the Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine a World Health Organization affiliate, based at Mampong Akuapem in the Eastern region of Ghana.

At the time of press ,was informed by a source close to the family that  James Kofah,27 had not take in any food before taking in the large quantity  of the drink that evening. Some community members that the TheVisionLiberia spoke to related the event to rituals .

Attempts to reach family members have proved fruitless, the Buduburam Polic Station is also under taking investigations and  the two bodies have been deposited at various mortuaries in Accra and Winneba. James Kofah 27, died first and his body was sent to the Winneba Government Hospital and Ben Wilson, 25 body has also been deposited at the Police Hospital in Accra .