It’s been years, but Ghana Jollof and Nigerian Jollof are still two of the most competitive comparisons in Africa. As a result, the World Cup qualifiers between the two countries have been dubbed “The Jollof Derby.”
The first leg of the World Cup qualifiers play-off will take place tomorrow at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Ghana.
As everything was getting ready, Ghanaian broadcaster and GhOne general manager Nana Aba Anamoah pleaded with the Nigerian team in Ghana to serve them some good hot jollof so they could tell the difference between Jollof (Ghana jollof) and the gravel (Nigerian jollof) they had been eating at home.
In her own words she wrote:
The Naija team should be served jollof on arrival so they can experience the difference between food and gravels.