Politics is a difficult game and everyday you see Netflix’s House of Cards playing out real time in Abuja and beyond. Yet in the midst of all political endeavors in Nigeria, one thing brings everyone together – Great Food.
Nothing beats that.
In this article, we review the Nigerian Leaders across the country who I believe are foodie heads – typically frequent amala joints to get their daily fix or roadside snack (e.g. Bole) to address stomach infrastructure issues. You get the picture.
Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai
When Hunger strikes the Governor of Kaduna, sugar cane is a good starting point!
Prof. Yemi Osinbajo
I wonder if this Bole woman has seen any of the change the Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo was discussing her.
Iyiola Omisore is the former Deputy Governor of Osun State and is on quest to solve the mystery, which corn is better?
I know what you’re thinking – why does anyone on Gov Samuel Ortom’s team need a live jacket to eat at riverside community buka in Benue state?
Orji Uzor Kalu
What is a celebration without eating at your favourite Buka?
The former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo knows how to enjoy ice cream. Not every time pounded yam.
The former Governor of Lagos doesn’t look impressed – this bole is not fit for a Super Minister!
Are you noticing a pattern, Lagos Governors and Bole?
Ayodele Fayose is the brains behind the Stomach Infrastructure Program in Ekiti State. He is often found at the best Local buka joints around the city.
Dr Goodluck Jonathan
No one goes to London without visiting the 805 restaurant on Old Kent Road, London. Not even the former President of Nigeria could resist. You have not arrived until you had stepped foot in this fine institution. Maltina is a good start.
President Muhammadu Buhari
The current Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari is now world famous after publicly declaring his wife belongs to the Kitchen. Doesn’t stop him from have a toast with apple juice…