Chicken Inn apologizes to customer over shock discovery in chips

Chicken Inn has been accused of allegedly selling customers “rotten" food.

Popular fast food joint Chicken Inn has issued an apology to a customer for selling her “a compromised portion of chips.”

This is after the angered customer shared a video of the meal she bought at the establishment’s outlet in Westlands, opposite Sankara Hotel, Nairobi.

In the video, dark spots are seen in the potato chips, with the lady claiming that they were worms.

“They sold me rotten chicken wings on two separate occasions. The Westlands Oil Libya branch, opposite Sankara. To make matters worse, I had bought like 10 boxes, for my friends. This particular case doesn't shock me,” the video shared by social media influencer Xtian Dela was captioned.  

“This also happened to me twice at Chicken Inn one in Mbagathi Way Ingine Garden City. I got food poisoning and rotten chicken. Avoid Chicken Inn guys,” a twitter user named Ken Wes added.

“Stopped buying anything from them a long time ago after I was served with rotten chicken,” an instagram user named Mwende Jojo added.

On Friday 5, Chicken Inn issued an apology through their official twitter handle while promising to get to the root of the matter.

 


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