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‘Drinking garri with dodo is my favourite meal’ – Toyin Abraham

Toyin's food

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has opened up on what meal is her favourite.

According to Toyin, one of her favourite meals is drinking garri with dodo but people find it weird and odd.

Taking to her Instagram page to say this, the mother of one wrote;

“Drinking garri with dodo is one of my favourite meal combinations but people on set say it’s wild and odd. Please, who’s with me? Team Dodo and garri raise your hands àbí do you think it’s odd?”

Reacting to this;

@iamlizzyjay wrote “I love this the combination o”

@buuuukkkkyyyy wrote “That combo is weird in my eyes oo”

@lalaakindoju wrote “Excellent meal!!!”

@alarapesaheed wrote “O make sense baje baje!”

fola_debby wrote “Am with you so delicious my favorite too”

@funmibimbo wrote “O weird bakan bakan sha”

KFN recalls that a few days ago, the mother of one disclosed that the three most important people in her life are her son, her stepdaughter, Temitope Ajeyemi and her husband, Kolawole.

According to Toyin, the three people, as mentioned earlier, make her love life, and she can’t explain it, adding a big announcement is coming about her son.

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Taliban may take over some Nigerian states – Primate Ayodele warns

Primate Ayodele

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has prophesied that a sect like Taliban currently terrorizing Afghanistan is regrouping in Africa to take over Nigeria and some other countries.

This was contained in a statement released by his Media Office today.

The cleric warned that if the Nigerian and other African governments fail to heed warnings, something terrible may happen in the continent.

Primate Ayodele warned the federal government to immediately work on the "borders and security system against what is coming as he foresees the group taking over some states in Nigeria."

He said: ‘’I am seeing a sect like Taliban coming up Africa, they are coming in a big form to attack African countries like Burundi, Mali,...

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