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August 22: World Jollof Rice Day !

To a few, this may not be an issue of examination, but rather for Nigerians, one of the happiest nations on the planet, the World Jollof Rice Day must be commended.

Whether you are rich or poor, men or ladies, kid or young lady eating jollof appear to be something like a custom or some likeness thereof. Nigerians energetically go to parties with the hope of having a plate of jollof rice.

The significance of jollof to Nigerians is high to the point that even telecommunications giant like Airtel and Etisalat were not left out of the festival as they set aside time to compliment Nigerians for this festival.

The #tag which has been slanting subsequent to Saturday, has additionally afforded many Nigerians the chance to recall past encounters with planning and eating jollof .

Some used the chance to caution others to leave any gathering they go to without jollof rice in the menu.

Albeit contestable, Bimpe Bisoye, reckons that jollof rice served at entombment functions are the sweetest. This she says is trailed by those served at wedding functions while those served at birthday parties or different gatherings come least on her rankings.

For Airtel Nigeria, utilizing @AirtelNigeria with a photo to match, said: “don’t give anybody a chance to treat you like white rice; you are Jollof Rice; the life of the Party! Cheerful #WorldJollofRiceDay.”

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