Retired Coca-Cola CEO Admits “Cocaine – Still Rampit In Their Soft Drinks”

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It has emerged over the past 24 hours that Coca Cola has continued to input the illegal substance Cocaine in their soft drinks after being ordered to stop this
practice back in the 80s.

The discovery came to light just yesterday morning when retired Coca Cola CEO “Francis Flannagan” was speaking on his local radio station, little did Francis realize
that this small town Station also broadcast live via the Internet, where they enjoy a healthy following of loyal listeners, “The Governments and food quality authorities around
the globe ordered us in no certain terms to omit from adding the substance to our beverages, but the word from higher up was to keep adding it and anyone that disagreed should
be sacked” said Mr. Flanagan.

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The local stations presenter seemed quite taken back with this statement, he continued on asking “Why on earth do you think this was Mr Flanagan, why where you ordered to keep adding
the substance” to which Mr Flanagan replied “Profits, what else? The guys up stairs knew the addictive quality of Coca Cola would decline once the substance was removed, this was their
golden cow, they sure as hell weren’t going to let this go without a fight”.

If these allegations are true and Coca Cola has infact continued to add Cocaine or similar substances to their beverages then we could see some big trouble ahead for the profit hungry
corporation, during the 80s and even into the early 90s there where dozens upon dozens of reports of fatalities and casualties which had occurred due to the substance being added to
Coca Cola’s drink, the Governments of the world where very slow to act (a lot believing they where more concerned with the golden hand shakes Coca Cola was giving them) until public
pressure was applied.

Coca Cola have refused to comment on the allegations put forth by Mr Flannagan. We will keep you updated as the case progresses.

Asmaa Mubita is a Kenyan journalist of international repute with over fifteen years of experience in broadcast journalism. Asmaa Mubita began his journalism career at the Kenyan state broadcaster (KBC) and later worked at the KTN owned by the Standard Group and Citizen Television, the flagship brand of Royal Media Services. These exploits together with his reporting experience with the Voice of America, CNN and BBC have been rewarded with local and global recognition.