Saudi Arabian Prince Shuns Nigeria Jollof & Orders Ghana Jollof for Entire Mosque to Break Ramada
Saudi Arabian Prince-Mohammed bin Salman treated a full mosque yesterday in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia to a delicious Ghana Jollof to break a long day of fasting—and according to reports, the mosque received a record attendance as regulars called friends and family to come and taste the delicious coloured rice they were enjoying.
Apparently, Mohammed bin Salman chanced on Ghana Jollof in London last year during an African Charity Ball, organised by footballer-Didier Drogba and since then he has hired a Ghanaian in his country as one of his maids, who regularly serves him and his family the the African dish.
And on his return to Riyadh from United States, Prince Mohammed bin Salman decide to initially treat his close friends and family to a special Jollof dinner which he somehow extended to an entire mosque, the US Today reports.
After the dinner, Mohammed bin Salman who is an active twitter user, and has in the past ran into twitter exchanges with Donald Trump tweeted the above photo—saying, “for the first time, we broke today’s fasting with Ghana Jollof and everyone is talking about the tasty spicy food.”
Over 100,000 people have since retweeted Mohammed bin Salman’s tweet—with some Ghanaian twitter users making fun of Nigerians, that Ghana Jollof rocks.