There are many talents in the world and one of them is cooking. It does not surprise people to know that not everyone knows how to cook even the easiest of meals still seem difficult for such people to make.
Earlier, a man named Oyindamola has been thrown into a state of twitter troll after he posted the result picture of the plantain he tried to make for lunch.
The pancakes which he made was badly mixed and outcome looked more like soggy Akara after absorbing too much oil. Oyindamola could not help but share the pictures only for people to help him out with making the pancakes.
Trust Nigerians, they were ready for him. They trolled him from different angle with lot of words, most of which rated his cooking skills poorly.
It is really bad for anyone not to know how to cook at least easy meals properly at these time an age when there are cooking books, food blogs and even cooking videos on YouTube.
These platforms gives easy steps to all kinds of food because there are so many contents of them.
However, a lot of people are dragging Oyindamola for the strange pancakes he made. Here are some of the reactions made so far:
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