Saddick Adams, a Ghanaian sports journalist, criticized Nigerians in a recent social media post.
This was posted on his verified social media handle on the prominent social media platform, Facebook, by the award-winning sports journalist.
He claims to have had his first taste of Nigerian jollof and determined that there is nothing like it in the country.
He wrote, “I’m making the post.”
“For the first time, I tried Naija Jollof. ewuooo ewuooo ewuooo e You people are doing well. Fact: Nigeria has no Jollof. “It’s only colored rice.”
Social media users reacted to his tweet in a variety of ways, some of which are included below:
Saddick, you can’t get a proper Nigerian jollof at KFC! Mahmoud Jajah To have a true Nigerian Jollof, go to Nkoyo at Cedi Plaza in Central Area. Let’s eat lunch there if you’re free tomorrow!
Gbene, Issahaku B. – Thank you for taking up my issue for me, Sports Obama. I’ve stated many times that Ghanaian Jollof and Nigerian coloured rice are not compatible. In reality, this photographic evidence puts an end to the raging Ghana-Nigeria Jollof conflict. Because this combination is made up of pebbles rather than Jollof. Saddick Adams, please accept my SINPARTY.
Owura Kwaku Adade – This isn’t true Naija Jollof…more it’s like eating KFC Jollof in Ghana and complaining about how bad it is.
To be honest, I’ve tasted some excellent Nigerian Jollof. This dish came from a Nigerian restaurant.
Momanyi, Kerubo – They almost killed me because I stated this. Accra, Lagos, and Dakar have all been visited. Ghanaian Jollof was the greatest I’d ever had. But, again, what do I know, Kenyan food is bland!!!
Ernest Tawiah – Respectfully, Sir, my Nigerian comrades say that’s not true, and even if it is, you didn’t go to a reputable restaurant to eat, okay?
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