- Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus, has taken to social media to reveal how she got her kids to start eating Nigerian rice
- The police officer in her post said she told the story of how difficult it was back in the days to eat refined rice
- Dolapo revealed that she eventually convinced them to eat Nigerian rice once a week
With the closure of borders, the need to patronize and consume Nigerian home-grown rice is constantly being hammered on. Police public relations officer, Dolapo Badmus, recently took to social media to reveal how she got her kids to start eating Nigerian rice.
In a lengthy post, she stated that she told them of the struggles they went through back in the days to get their rice to be stone-free. They eventually decided to start eating Nigerian rice once a week. She went ahead to reveal it was her own little way of contributing to economic development.
Part of her post reads: "I told them of how me and my siblings competed to show our culinary skills by washing and over washing the rice so we can get the accolade of our mother for being a good cook since no stone found in the rice.
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"Finally they agreed to be eating Nigerian rice once in a week (that's an achievement, they will soon get used to eating it and I'm sure they will ask for it anytime they want to eat rice because there is no alternative, even if there is I'm no longer interested."
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See her post below:
This is coming after she welcomed a beautiful baby girl. The policewoman took to her Instagram page to announce the good news. The police officer also gushed about her baby girl Anike Aliona's beauty.
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