The co-founder of the microblogging site, Twitter is visiting Ghana and three other African countries where he is meeting entrepreneurs in the tech environment.
He came to Ghana after spending some time in Nigeria.
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However, Jack chose to taste Ghana Jollof and he tweeted about the beautiful dish that he was served.
Jack’s dish included Jollof and beans. It was garnished with slices of onion and tomatoes with shito as an accompaniment.
Ghana jollof pic.twitter.com/koImVMpnJz
— jack 🌍🌏🌎 (@jack) November 11, 2019
His tweet sparked a lot of conversation with many asking why he added beans to his Jollof.
Man you made the right choice but the beans is not a usual combination for us. Eat that in about an hour with fried ripe plantain. And feel free to have your jollof with stew its nothing new.
— Nii (@kingofaccra) November 12, 2019
Beans and jollof rice…what kinda weird combo is that😧
— ARIELLA💕 (your Footies plug) (@iamdahmmie) November 11, 2019
I didn’t realize Jollof and beans weren’t a popular combo. Folks love this combination in Kumasi. This and Kenkey with beans and kenkey with pepper and okro. Anyway I now get why the woman wouldn’t sell me banku with palaver sauce. Many combinations are set in stone for some. https://t.co/fWuXXFo7Ob
— Nana Ama Agyemang Asante (@JustNanaAma) November 12, 2019
He attended Knust. Beans plus Jollof😂
— Parker Emmanuel. (@spoilt_negga) November 11, 2019
Well, at the end of the day. It’s Ghana 10: 2 Nigeria when it comes to the Jollof wars.
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