This was evident on Twitter in the early hours of Thursday, when Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, posted that Ghana should serve the Nigerian National team jollof when they arrive for them to realise the difference between “food and gravels.”
Come to Ghana for free, quality education to fix your grammar – Nana Aba tells Nigerian tweep
As the anticipated World Cup qualifier between Ghana and Nigeria beckons, the jollof war has also kick-started in earnest.
Under that post, several Nigerians replied with one of them replying that they love their “gravels” regardless.
Nana Aba screenshotted this reply and ridiculed it by saying, she loves Nigerians.
Hours later, another Nigerian twittered that Nana Aba “should just delete” her Twitter account if Ghana loses on Friday.
However, the reply was error laden. This prompted Nana Aba to reply in a quoted tweet that the owner of the account should come to Ghana for quality education.
“Your compatriots are flooding Ghana for quality education. Come and sign up for free SHS to fix your grammar. We will not take a cedi from you.”
The Nigerian National team has arrived in Kumasi for the first leg of the crucial encounter.
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