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SEX-BOOSTING SPIRIT REPORTED TO ZAMRA

THE Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia (PSZ) has submitted Konyagi from Tanzania to the Zambia Medicine Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) FOR tests following reports that it gives men prolonged erection..

“We have received some complaints from the public about Konyagi, an alcohol from Tanzania which is making men have an erection after taking it. We want to find out if the beer is fit for consumption and whether it contains an aphrodisiac,”

 

(Credit: Zambia Daily Mail)

18 Comments

  1. Gangsta grabs

    Only lazy women can complain of being fucked long time.Everytime i get hule pa pops carwash matero,i drink konyagi and i do nyenga guys.Has a lady ever told u ati ane tengani ndalama yanu my pussy is on fire? Try it bro.

  2. Doyo

    Mmmmmm kunyenga che

  3. Man Jay

    Loading………….

  4. edgar chibuta

    no comment

  5. chinese teacher

    That’s y that man who was f*ckd me first day i came to Chambia he took longer 5hrs enjoying my pussy because of this konyangi….Chambian mens strong-strong no tired f*ckg like Maria-Maria.

  6. sinyangwe James

    Comment sivintu dot com

  7. Mulilo kafyama

    Useless

  8. Escape from Sobibo

    How much per Bottle??? I need one
    Am so weak in bed

  9. Poison

    Take it and enjoy utuntu pakuti wamona ifyo ulespender…

  10. webby kayeba

    guys,is this story realy true

  11. Tried and tested

    For a start, Konyagi is not a beer but cane spirit. That just shows how useless the Pharmaceutical Society is – can’t tell the difference between brew and distilled.
    Shut up if you have nothing useful to say.

  12. Debbrise

    That’s incompetent and idiots

  13. Misheck Nyondo

    If u barn it we will explore another we nogo tyre

  14. ZuluZu

    If u barn it we will explore another we nogo tyre

  15. Moses

    Kutombana

  16. sam johansen

    Can sum one attest the truth to me guyz.my thing isn’t in mood for da last few months.

  17. Basu The Great

    Tha’s Why Defilers Are Growing So Numerous.How Can You Allow Such A Thing To Be Exist In Zambia?

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