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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Nigerians fires back at CNN journalist Isha Sesay as she starts a 'Jollof Rice' war on Twitter



CNN journalist Isha Sesay starts a
CNN's Isha Sesay accidentally started a Jollof war on twitter and immediately Nigerians came for her. Sesay is from Sierra Leone and boasted that her country's jollof is the best.

See all the funny tweets below...
CNN journalist Isha Sesay starts a
First of all- let's not start another round of  wars on a Sunday... though for the record the jellof in  is better.... Back to matters at hand, my kitchen escapade will not include rice of any kind 😁https://twitter.com/tomcruise247/status/942300330703884289 
First of all- let's not start another round of  wars on a Sunday... though for the record the jellof in  is better.... Back to matters at hand, my kitchen escapade will not include rice of any kind 😁 https://twitter.com/tomcruise247/status/942300330703884289 
Madam, you won't get enough Sierra Leone legion to defend this "untrue" claim o. We Nigerians don't joke with "awa" jollof please.
Please don't start, our jollof rice is the best, even aliens on other planets can confirm this known fact!
Lol. Not again. Others have tried and failed. Let me also accidentally tell you that Naija jollof is the best
Nigerians will close their eyes to the love they have for you and fight you over this. Ask Ghanians here, they had it so bad. We dont joke with our  😂
Please!!! We are busy preparing for Russia 2018, we don't need distractions at this time. Besides, the election gongs are been prepared. This war is for another day.

Isha, our love for you can't be traded with our jolof. We guard  jealously. Please mind you and be properly guided. Lol.😆😆. My advice to You, take that tweet down before we come to you like 500 fighter jets at the same time. 🚶‍♂️🚶‍♂️
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