- Albert Einstein (1938)
"Drinking 'garri' doesn't mean you're poor, but allowing it to swell before drinking is Poverty.
- Isaac Newton (1842)
"He who runs around looking for scissors to cut Indomie seasoning sachets is not yet hungry."
- Adolf Hilter (1996)
"It is only when you see a mosquito landing on your testicles that you realise that there are ways of solving problems without violence."
- Aristotle (1762)
"Only a courageous woman can fry a bunch of plantain without tasting any."
- Queen Elizabeth (1945)
"He who unwraps a sharwama before tasting it cannot keep a secret."
- Abraham Lincoln (1864)
"Any man that uses his teeth to cut 'shaki' from pepper-soup with his eyes wide open is not afraid of anything."
- Martin Luther King Jnr (1900).
"Anyone who thinks he has many enemies has never been with a mountain of fire member."
- William Shakespeare (1788).
"Anyone who graduated without experiencing strike probably has never been to Nigeria."
- Lord Lugard (1904).
"He who refuses to classify 'agege' bread and 'akara' as a type of sandwich is a racist."
- Martin Luther king Jnr (1931).
"Any man who drinks 'alomo' bitters without squeezing his face, is capable of murder."
"Anyone who puts stew on 'jollof' rice has trust issues."
- Fela Kuti (1979)
"Anyone that reads this without laughing, that person is looking for a job."
- Akpos (2015)
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