- A viral video shared on Instagram showed the moment people 'ambushed' a caterer who was about to take some food out of the party venue
- The video's voiceover berated the caterer's act, wondering why a person would do such a thing while they were paid to serve
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the clip had very hilarious comments as some said the country is really hard for a lot
A viral video has shown the moment people surrounded a big cooler of rice at a party said to have been held in Port Harcourt.
In the clip shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, a man filming the incident said that the caterer wanted to escape with the food but she was caught.
Party rice surrounded
People gathered around the cooler with rapt attention as a man bent over the food scooping it out into another container in large quantities.
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While the man kept taking the food out, some people were inaudibly arguing passionately behind him. The cameraman said he detests the caterer's act.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 2,000 comments with more than 42,000 likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"See Wetin tems don cause oo crazy things are just happening."
"Ahhhhh Is this a Yoruba party? Definitely not! Cause the Mother of the oninawo will monitor the Caterer like CCTV if it was a Yoruba Party."
"Rice wey never reach."
"This one Naa jollof rice heist."
"Hire a trusted and faithful caterer una no go gree... but what will she do with full cooler of rice... you cook rice for your house.. carry come event... come still the thief am go... na wa."
"She wan go add salt for the rice."
Using kettle to serve soup
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the video of a lady serving food in a very unconventional way shared online got many Nigerians talking on social media.
Using kettles known for serving water or boiling it, the lady poured ewedu and gbegiri into different plates laid out on the table.
The method proves efficient as it allows serving the soup easier in a neat manner. The content went straight into the plates without staining the table sheet.
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