- A chef in Ghana who serves at the roadside has gone viral online after he was captured displaying amazing skills with rice
- The young chef was seen throwing rice from the pan on fire into an ice chest that was about four metres away, with no grain falling to the ground
- Social media users have reacted to the video that is already going viral
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A young Ghanaian chef has been captured displaying mind-blowing skills with fried rice and the video is fast going viral with massive reactions.
In the video sighted by Legit.ng on the Twitter page of Ashraf Mohammed, the gentleman who recorded the footage was so amazed that he said the president needed to see it.
The chef whose name is not mentioned was seen throwing rice from the pan on fire into an ice chest that was about four metres away, with none falling to the ground.
It is not surprising that social media users who watched the video could not resist flooding the thread with their hilarious comments and admiration.
See the comments below:
According to Yaw Asante, the skill was great but could contaminate the food with germs in the surrounding.
SDB said that the Ghanaian roadside chef is "fried rice mu Messi".
Adimchi saw how appetizing the rice was.
In other news, a young Nigerian lady simply identified as Bisola was blessed by a stranger who was impressed that despite her beauty she could be selling noodles.
The stranger with the name Obaseki Daniel shared a video on Instagram in which he gifted Bisola N50,000 for sticking to her noodles business instead of selling her body to make money.
Bisola could be seen kneeling down for Obaseki and fighting back tears as the gift made her emotional.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an elderly woman who sells food got emotional when a stranger surprised her with cash gift on the road.
The stranger pretended he wanted to buy food but brought out an undisclosed amount of money and gave the woman to inject in her business.
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