Agege Becomes Tourist Attraction as 4 Men Engage in Eating Competition, Stir Massive Reactions

Agege Becomes Tourist Attraction as 4 Men Engage in Eating Competition, Stir Massive Reactions

  • Some men in Agege area of Lagos have got people talking after a video of them emerged on Instagram
  • The men, decked in traditional attires, could be seen engaging in eating competition as onlookers cheered them on
  • Many people have reacted to the video on Instagram as some said this is the only competition they want in their life

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A video has emerged on social media in which four men could be seen slugging it out among themselves in a food competition on the street of Agege, Lagos.

In a video that was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, the men who were decked in traditional attires ate eba and many onlookers cheered them on.

Four men engaged in eating competition in Agege
The men slugged it out among themselves in Agege area of Lagos. Photo credit: @instablog9ja
Source: Instagram

Hausa music blared from a speaker as the competition was ongoing.

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Many react to the video

@bosahjosephine said:

"The guy on green is taking his time jor, the rest can take the trophy."

@big.dan_ commented:

"Abeg where una dey see this kind competition?"

@kiandra_reed wrote:

"They should just mould all of Nigeria's problem into Eba for these ones."

@sweetsophieeee commented:

"Omo where I fit sign up."

@papiiitino said:

"This is the only competition I want in my life."

Nigerian man sets eating etiquettes for women on dates previously reported that a young Nigerian man identified as Babajide set Twitter on fire after he attacked a particular set of women.

In a series of posts which he shared via Twitter, Babajide said any woman who attempted to ask for a takeaway pack on a first date was not a spec because it is rude to take food back home to their friends or siblings.

The young man continued by saying that it was unladylike to finish the food on the plate and it would leave an impression on the man, which might not be a good one.


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