- Singer Sista Afia has weighed in on the Ghana-Nigeria Jollof debate after Nigerian chef Hilda Baci claimed Ghana's version lacked flavour
- The singer questioned whether the former Guinness World Record holder for marathon cooking was genuine about her claims
- Sista Afia's heartfelt post in which she aired her displeasure and questioned Hilda Baci's taste buds drew comments
Ghanaian singer Sista Afia, born Francisca Gawugah, has waded into the Ghana-Nigeria Jollof debate after Nigerian chef Hilda Baci sparked controversy about the best version.
It comes after Hilda Baci claimed that, having tasted Ghanaian Jollof, it lacked the flavour and quality of Nigerian Jollof.
The singer asked if the former Guinness World Record holder for marathon cooking was serious about her remarks.
"Girl, I love and admire your work from afar, but Ghana Jollof has no flavour. Are you serious? Cmon now, who cooked it for u?" Sista Afia posted on X (Twitter) on Friday, November 24.
Aside from the singer, many Ghanaians have taken to social media to vent their spleen over Hilda Baci's comments about Ghana Jollof.
See Sista Afia's post below:
How fans reacted to the singer's post
Many agreed with Sista Afia's message to Hilda Baci. YEN.com.gh compiled some below:
Queen invite her mk she come over.
She went to the kiddie's Dema party bi ntia.
The person who represented Ghana on our behalf to cook for her don show us down, @sista_afia.
Norwegian Ambassador to Ghana shares enticing photos from Jollof Day at Embassy in Accra
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Ingrid Mollestad, the Norwegian Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana, shared tantalising photos from the delectable Jollof Day celebration hosted at the embassy on January 31.
The enticing photos posted on Twitter show the ambassador and several staff members having fun and developing relationships.
The pictures showed the diplomat and the staff enthusiastically distributing Jollof while they enjoyed themselves.
Former Twitter boss Jack Patrick Dorsey rates Ghana Jollof as the "Greatest of All Time"
Also, YEN.com.gh reported that after sharing delicious images of Ghana's version of Jollof, the former CEO of Twitter, Jack Patrick Dorsey, reignited discussion about the Ghana-Nigeria Jollof.
The social media mogul's co-founder declared Ghana Jollof the "Greatest Of All Time" and shared images of the country's rendition with its flag (GOAT).
Many nations, including the Gambia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Cameroon, enjoy the renowned cuisine known as Jollof, with Ghana and Nigeria claiming to have the best version.
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