- Food lovers on Twitter have continued the age-long war between two solid foods, semo and amala
- Fans of both foods have refused to agree that their fave is trash or not
- Nigerians took to social media to air their views on why semo or amala should be cancelled
One part of Nigerian culture you can be sure nationals love is their indigenous foods, and they never fail to express it.
Every tribe in Nigeria has some set of indigenous foods particular to them. Sometimes these foods are accompanied with delicious soups.
The Yoruba tribe has quite a number of indigenous food and two that would never fail to be mentioned are amala and semo.
For a while now, fans of these foods have always been at loggerheads on social media.
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Fans of both staple foods have refused to agree that one tastes better than the other. To continue the war, amala and semo lovers took to Twitter to defend their favourite and revealed why the other should be cancelled.
Here’s what semo lovers had to say:
On the other hand, amala lovers have always had the opinion that semo should not be eaten and inevitably belonged to the bin.
Here's what some of them had to say:
Well, it doesn't look like the war would end soon as both parties have refused to agree that one swallow is greater than the other.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young woman got the shock of her life after a vendor delivered an ugly replica of the cake she ordered.
In the post which she shared, the original cake was a fluffy looking, well-baked cake, while the order she got was a melted and ugly replica that did not look anything close to what she ordered.
The post generated hilarious remarks from Nigerians as some of them could not believe that the vendor thought had she recreated the design.
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