Nigeria, with her diverse ethnic groups, has several foods delicacies that even some Nigerians are yet to try.
You may be forgiven for having not tried Amala and Abula, if you reside in Port Harcourt, Kano or Owerri, definitely not Ibadan.
In view of this, Southwest’s most influential indigenous private station, Lagelu 96.7 FM, Ibadan, as part of her 2nd anniversary Celebration has specially designed Abula Day (Ojo Abula) where loyal listener and the general public have been openly invited to a special treat of sumptuous Amala and Abula.
Abula is a wonderful Yoruba soup. It is a mixture of gbegiri (Bean Soup) and Ewedu (Draw soup). Amala (Yam flour) is a solid brown paste made from Yam or Cassava flour which has been peeled, cleaned, dried and blended into a flour is simply delicious. Abula and Amala is just a perfect match.
It is on good authority that the organisers have confirmed that come, Friday 1st December 2017 at the annex, adjacent Lagelu FM premises, white house Felele, Ibadan starting from 9am, it will be free for all Amala and Abula for all guests; young and old in an unprecedented anniversary party ever.
As you knock our doors next Friday, in a proper Ibadan way, we shall welcome you with tasty Amala and Abula delicacy. Please test our readiness to feed thousands of mouths that day by coming