- Banku and Okro remains one sensational delicacy Africans remain proud of - anytime any day
- A Ghanaian football fan was spotted in the stadium devouring the meal to the amazement of others
- Half-time meals are common inside the stadiums during football matches, but not this soup
A bold football fan has damned all consequences to flaunt his African delicacy ‘Banku and Okro soup’, bringing it out in the stands to consume during a football match.
Nigerian celebrity Tunder Ednut had posted a video of the Ghanaian who brought out the meal right in the stands to the amazement of other football spectators.
Half-time meals are common inside the stadiums during football matches, but to boldly flaunt anything that goes with okro soup is out of this world.
Okra or Okro soup is prepared using the edible green seed pods of the okra flowering plant as a primary ingredient.
It has a slippery feel when rubbed with the fingers as the edible green seed pods can also be used in stews and soups.
And this fan must be a pure ‘character’ to have taken such a meal into the stands as he delightfully consumes it without worry or concern.
Also, wife of Kwara United winger Lucas Alves who is a Brazilian has expressed her love for Nigerian food eba and egusi claiming that she loves taking the meal since arriving Nigeria.
Kwara United who are top Nigerian Professional League side signed Brazilian winger Lucas Alves before the start of the ongoing league season.
Alves joined the ‘Afonja Warriors’ a few months after getting married and his wife had to travel down to Nigeria so as to be with her husband in Ilorin, the capital of Kwara state. She said:
''I like all Nigerian foods, but my favourite is Eba and Egusi. I love it so much.''
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian-British, Abiola Adefiranye, derives joy in leveraging on YouTube to teach Britons and others how to make Nigerian dishes.
Abiola, who is a graduate of the Department of Sociology, University of Lagos, relocated to the United Kingdom after being married to her fiancé, a UK citizen.
The woman, whose YouTube channel is Abby Varieties Tv, teaches how to make nkwobi, efo elegusi, Nigerian stew (ata dindin), Nigerian buns, efo riro, and ofada stew.
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