- A popular Nigerian chef displayed different food in her restaurant and said that everything was N3.2m
- The lady told people among the food items cooked were jollof rice and egusi soups with assorted meats
- Nigerians found it hard to believe that N3.2m would be spent on food only, as they argued in her comment section
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A Nigerian chef has got many people talking after sharing an array of meals worth over N3m.
Jollof chicken, fried rice on display
Among the food were bowls of fried rice, jollof rice, chick stew, and egusi soup. Edikaikong soup was also on the table.
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Many Nigerians were surprised that the food bowls could be worth millions of naira. Some people priced them low.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"At least, this is better than buying 1 fish for 6.8million naira. Ola of Lagos should see this."
"When you turn ola of Lagos?"
"I know food is expensive but this price just seems outrageous."
"You all should understand that for some people that 3.2m isn't much...I pray to get to that level someday."
"This thing all together 500k."
"You don’t have the one of 8.9. Billion?"
Kim namjoon said:
"My wedding of more than 700 guests, na 2 million plus cover am sha. Omo ur clients must be rich rich!"
"3.2 million naira how?"
Classic_____ rossy asked:
"You go dash me Lexus car join am?"
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Jane windy said:
"3.2m how much to rent my entire village Aje."
"Give me N50k, I go cook all dis + fresh juice added."
N320k food trended online
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the same Nigerian chef showcased different bowls of soups that got many talking online.
Words written on the video read: "320k", as she presented a big bowl of okra with all manner of condiments. She said a US-based woman ordered it.