A video of a white man frying koose, (referred to as akara in Nigeria) like an indigene has been sighted on social media and getting popular with local folks.
According to Wikipedia, Koose is a spicy black-eyed pea fritter that is commonly eaten in West Africa as a snack.
It was introduced to West Africa by the Hausa people of Northern Nigeria and other parts of West Africa such as the northern region of Ghana, Sierra Leone and Cameroon.
Watch the young man as he displays his cooking skills.
Meanwhile, a report put together by Daily Post has it that a Mass Communication student of the Osun State Polytechnic, Iree has passed on shortly after she paid a visit to her boyfriend.
The report adds that on getting back from her boyfriend’s residence, she started foaming in her mouth and vomiting blood and was rushed to a nearby private hospital in Iree but she was rejected on seeing her condition.
Unfortunately, she died before she could be transferred to another hospital. Confirming her death, the Public Relations Officer of the Polytechnic, Tope Abiola, said the boyfriend was not a student of the polytechnic.
Abiola stated that the deceased was a National Diploma (ND 1) Mass Communication student of the school.
The spokesperson explained that the cause of the death has not been ascertained, even as the Polytechnic has not been officially briefed about what led to her death.
He stated that the Police were still carrying out investigations on the matter.
While sympathising with the family of the student, he described the development as pathetic, adding that it was a mystery that the young lady could die in such a way.
A student, who was close to the deceased and who craved anonymity, claimed that the boyfriend is a student of the school.
She also disclosed that the boyfriend has been arrested in connection with the death of Wumi after it was reported to the police.
She stated that police personnel were deployed to the area and her body was deposited at a morgue in Ikirun town.
DAILY POST gathered that her parents have moved her remains to Lagos for burial.
The spokesperson of the Osun Police Command, Yemisi Opalola also confirmed the incident and said the police have commenced an investigation.