An International Jollof Experience To Remember, 9ja vs Ghana

Before you say anything, I know this debate is so old it even senior my daddy but the party I went to last weekend cause fight untop this Jollof matter

That’s how Bisi called me for owanbe o, that our Ghanaian classmate, Nana is getting married to Yewande from Nigeria. 

As a sure babe I tie my gele, wear my to match, we enter danfo straight away to the venue. We no get Uber money, we muveee!

Na so party start o dj on point, mc oshaprapra everything lit. Time to chop now came. That’s where I know that we don’t like ourselves in this Africa when it comes to jollof rice.

Kuffour say why yewande people cook jollof rice that is not sweet. Did I not tell you that my Ghanaian cook will handle jollof rice. Yewande yari o 

That’s how yewande started forming feminist on top jollof rice, she said why will kuffour insult her country’s pride

The matter shock the whole guests, yewande remove wedding crown that she can’t take insult, she choose to defend her country’s jollof rice over her marriage. Kuffour too no gree 

MC and DJ no even talk for the matter

Don’t forget I and my friend bisi are in shock but we can’t come and go and die untop another feminist jollof. Not after the stunts Chimamanda has been pulling

Bisi and I jejely divide the jollof into two parts 9ja and ghana and enter yellow bus back home.

As I’m talking to you now that marriage have scatter but I’m hoping kuffour reasons with yewande because me I did not see why they were fighting. I have eaten the rice and the two both of them are sweet

Alex Paul
Alex Paulhttps://www.instagram.com/paul_umosor/
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