‘There’s No Jollof In Nigeria, Just Colored Rice’ – Ghanaian Journalist, Saddick Adams After Tasting Nigerian Jollof


Ghanaian sports journalist, Saddick Adams has mocked Nigerians with his latest social media post.

The award-winning sports journalist made this post on his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Facebook.

According to him, he tasted Nigerian jollof for the first time and he concluded that there is nothing like jollof in Nigeria.

Making ….., he wrote;

“Tried Naija Jollof for the first time. Ewuooo 🙄🙄 you people dey do well
Fact: There’s no Jollof in Nigeria. Just colored rice”

His post attracted some reactions from social media users and below are some of these reactions;

Mahmoud Jajah – Saddick, you can’t have a proper Nigerian jollof at KFC! Go to Nkoyo at Cedi Plaza in Central Area to get a proper Nigerian Jollof. If you are free tomorrow lets have lunch there!

Issahaku B. Gbene – Thank you, Sports Obama for eating my case for me. I’ve said time without number that Ghana Jollof and Nigeria coloured rice are not mates. In fact, this pictorial evidence settles the ragging Ghana Jollof vs Nigeria Jollof war. Because this concoction here is not Jollof but gravel. Accept my SINPARTY, bro Saddick Adams.

Owura Kwaku Adade – This no be proper Naija Jollof..this is more like eating Jollof from KFC in Ghana and saying Ghana Jollof isn’t good.Honestly I’ve had some really good Naija Jollof.This food right here was from a Nigerian place.

Kerubo Momanyi – I said this they almost killed me. Been to Accra, Lagos and Dakar. The best Jollof I had was Ghanaian Jollof 😂😂😂. But again, Kenyan food is tasteless, what do I know!!!

Tawiah Ernest – Please respectfully Sir, my Nigeria comrades are saying that’s not true and even if it’s true then you didn’t go to the good place for food okay

Michael Kofi Kenetey – Oba Oba, receive my sympathy.
Please get some medicine to save your tommy or else your stomach will run and run your intestine


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