"True Igbo Lady": White Woman Married To Nigerian Man Uses Oven To Roast Yam For Her Husband

"True Igbo Lady": White Woman Married To Nigerian Man Uses Oven To Roast Yam For Her Husband

  • An Oyinbo woman, married to a Nigerian man, shared the method she used to roast yam for her husband
  • The woman was able to make use of different local condiments, including 'ukpaka' to prepare the sauce for the yam
  • The video went viral and got a lot of people praising her after it was posted on TikTok

A white woman who is married to a Nigerian man was happy after she successfully roasted yam for her husband.

The woman showed how she used an oven to roast the yam. First, she put two tubers of yam in the oven and allowed them to stay there for 40 minutes before she brought them out.

Oyinbo lady roasts two tubers of yam for her husband.
The Oyinbo woman also made local sauce for her man. Photo credit: TikTok/@theukwuomafamily.
Source: UGC

In the video posted by @theukwuomafamily, the foreign lady peeled the yams and presented them to her husband, who ate them with relish.

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Apart from the roasted yams, she also served him a nice sauce made with different local condiments, including 'ukpaka.'

She said in the short video shared on TikTok:

"Oyibo woman roasting yam. Today I'm doing a traditional Igbo meal called roasted yam. his meal is so good, I love the combination of everything in it."

Watch the video below:

Reactions as Oyinbo woman roasts yam for her husband

@TREASURE BOY said:

"Wow! Nice! Some of our Igbo ladies can't prepare this. This is good dear."

@user7568303134120 asked:

"How did you manage the hot pepper because I know Oyibo cannot stand pepper."

@chahat Gill said:

"I also got married to a Nigerian guy, but I am from Pakistan and my husband is from Nigeria."

@Cornel jnr said"

"Your husband must be proud to have you as a wife."

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@Smatpeace8687 said:

"Wow, I have learnt something today. Please help a sister, how many hours did the yam has to be in the oven before it properly cooked."

Oyinbo man comes to marry Igbo lady

Meanwhile, a YEN.com.gh showed the moment Oyinbo people came to take a wife who happened to be a Nigerian.

In the video, the Oyinbo groom was at the introduction ceremony with his family and the family of the bride.

The event was said to have happened in the United States of America but still followed the same Igbo tradition.

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Delali Adogla-Bessa (Current Affairs Editor) Delali Adogla-Bessa is a Current Affairs Editor with YEN.com.gh. Delali previously worked as a freelance journalist in Ghana and has over seven years of experience in media, primarily with Citi FM, Equal Times, Ubuntu Times. Delali also volunteers with the Ghana Institute of Language Literacy and Bible Translation, where he documents efforts to preserve local languages. He graduated from the University of Ghana in 2014 with a BA in Information Studies. Email: delali.adogla-bessa@yen.com.gh.

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Berlinda Entsie (Copy Editor) Berlinda Entsie is a Copy Editor at YEN.com.gh. She has worked as a proofreader and editor since 2016. Berlinda has over 5 years' experience editing and writing for leading publications in Ghana. She previously worked with Graphic Communications Group LTD, Business Insider SSA and Pulse.com.gh. She obtained a B.A in English Studies from the Methodist University College in 2016 and a Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from the GH Media School in 2019. Reach out to her via berlinda.entsie@yen.com.gh

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