– An American singer who lent her voice against police brutality during the EndSARS protest got herself a lot of fans by doing just that
– Enisa ‘Eniola’ Nikaj recently asked for suggestions of what her first Nigerian food should be, and her comment section was flooded with different food options
– Most of those that commented asked her to try swallow, while others suggested jollof rice
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Enisa ‘Eniola’ Nikaj, an American singer who showed solidarity with Nigerians during the EndSARS protest, has got social media talking after asking for suggestion on the first Nigerian food to try.
Recall that the young lady earned more fans from Nigeria after her stance against police brutality during the protest.
Enisa ‘Eniola’ Nikaj has got people talking after asking them to suggest Nigerian food for her.
Photo credit: @IAmENISA
Taking to her Twitter page, she wrote:
“Ok, now someone tell me what’s the first Nigerian food I have to try?!”
Nigerians took to the comment section of her post to suggest different local cuisines she should try first.
A lot of Nigerians suggested she tastes swallow with some nice soups, while others advised her to go for jollof rice.
A tweep with the handle @Youbee_ wrote:
“Definitely Afang soup with semovita as the dough. You’d elevate to cloud 9 trust me!”
Another Twitter user with the handle @YesMyro commented:
“Banga soup and starch. See that banga soup eh, Google the benefits : prevents heart disease, reduces risk of cancer, strong bones, improves vision, good for skin flow and hair… thank me later.”
“Mhennnn! Eat fufu and well prepared Egusi soup with ur bare hands, no use spoon or fork, then thank me later.”
“Eat Amala ewedu and gbegiri that is the best food in Nigeria don’t let anybody tell you otherwise. Jollof rice is for hoodlums.”
A tweep used the opportunity to market her aunt in New York.
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In other news, a female protester who warmed hearts during the EndSARS protest has got a new prosthetic leg with the money Nigerians donated for her.
The young lady identified as Jane Obiene inspired many with her bravery after a photo of her in crutches standing in solidarity went viral.
According to a social media influencer, Aproko Doctor, Jane will also be getting the sum of N1 million to start a business and the rest of the money will be used in getting accommodation for her.
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