Nigerian Singer, Yemi Alade, has declared she can’t choose side in the Nigerian-Ghana Jollof wars, as she’s described it as “senseless”.
Speaking to Bola Ray on Starr Chat on Wednesday, in Ghana, Yemi said there’s absolutely no point in arguing over food that “goes into your system and disappears within seconds”.
She urged that people rather channel their energy into looking for employment rather than fighting over who has the best jollof.
“I don’t understand why common food that you will eat and it will disappear from your system within seconds, people should fight over it. It doesn’t make sense at all. People should look for employment and leave this jollof war. The funniest thing is that we are even told from history that Jollof originated from the Senegalese,” the ‘Johnny’ hit maker mentioned.
The jollof rice war is one interesting debate among personalities across the world with the popular one being between Ghana and Nigeria on whose tastes better.