The truth is that, social media has made it possible for people to communicate with others, at any given time, no matter the distance and location. That is to say, we can easily communicate with most of the Nigerian celebrities through social media.
However, One of the Nigerian artist, Peter Okoye popularly known as "Mr P", made a post on social media, few minutes ago.
Mr P, asked a question concerning the reason, why Nigerians eat rice on Sundays. He further asked, if it was written in Nigerian Constitution to eat rice on Sundays.
"Please why do Nigerians eat rice on Sundays?. Just curious!. Or was it Written in the constitution?", Mr P asked.
The Nigerian artist also shared some photos while asking the question. Below are some of the photos he shared on his Instagram account some hours ago.
The truth is that Mr P's question has caused a lot of reactions from fans. Most of the fans were dropping their opinion at the comment section. Read some of their comments below.
What do you think that made Nigerians to eat rice on Sundays?.
Feel free to share your thoughts at the comment section.
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