VP Yemi Osinbajo said Nigeria has the best talents across the world while speaking at the Platform which is convened by Poju Oyemade.
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo continues to win the hearts of Nigerians and his latest assertion that Nigerians make the best jollof rice anywhere in the world has endeared him to their hearts for ever.
He said this while speaking at the Platform which is convened by Poju Oyemade.
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The senior pastor of the Covenant Christian Centre said Nigeria has the best talents across the world.
“We have everything, and our people are doing incredibly innovative things. For example, we are at the moment developing the most sophisticated animation technology in Africa,” he said.
“Our music and entertainment industry is the fastest growing in the world. Nigerians have won every prize in literature, from the Nobel prize to the Pulitzer.
“Only last year, a Nigerian girl won a gold medal at the Olympics, Morolake Akinosun. Last Saturday, a Nigerian boxer won the world heavyweight title. Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua won the WBA becoming the boxing champion of the world.
“Last year Oluyinka Olutoye, a Nigerian surgeon successfully took out a baby from her mother’s womb, operated on the womb, and put the baby back in, and the baby was carried full term and was born naturally — a feat previously unheard of.
“And of course, nobody is as funny as Nigerians, whether professional or amateur. We even have a member of the national assembly who recently launched a CD; Aje kun iya ni o je. Who hasn’t heard of Aje kun iya ni o je.
“We are the most innovative entrepreneurs. The other day someone showed me a text; the young man had invited him to a book launch titled: Seven Steps to Becoming a Professional Whistleblower.
“And by the way, we all know that Nigerian jollof rice is the best! We beat the Ghanaians and the Senegalese hands down.”
This comes shortly after the minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed while responding to a question by Richard Quest, CNN International business editor, said that Senegal makes the best jollof rice.
Of course, Twitter.NG went wild, likening his response to treason, as this battle has been ongoing since time immemorial.
Thankfully, Quest returned to Twitter to clarify that the minister misheard the question and answered in error.
He tweeted, “No no no the minister misheard and thought I asked which country first created jollof rice. By bad mumbling of the question.
“He thought I asked, who first created jollof rice – hence his (correct) answer Senegal."
The battle for the country that makes the best jollof rice has been ongoing for years and Nigerians have continued to hold on to that trophy.
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