…As NCAC Presents Nigerian Food Culture
One of Africa’s most prominent women Senator Florence Ita Giwa, the Chairperson of The Carnival Calabar and a Promoter of African Cuisine will be the Special Guest at this year’s Jollof Rice Competition at Akwaaba African Travel Market.
The Culinary Tourism Contest will involve the three West African Countries of Nigeria, Ghana and The Gambia. Last year 25 chefs from Ghana and Nigeria participated in the first #jollofricewar contest.
This year Gambia Tourism Board has nominated Mrs. Ida Cham of Yabouy Home cooking to represent The Gambia.
The Nigerian Council of Arts and Culture will be Presenting Nigeria good Culture at The Nigerian day at Akwaaba.
According to the DG Nigerian Council of Arts and Culture (NCAC),Otunba Runsewe, Nigerians need to project their rich culture in different manners.
“Our very rich Cuisine is worthy of global acclaim. What we did in Russia at The World Cup showcasing Nigerian culture to the World is the template we want to use to make the world fall in love with Nigeria and its rich culture,” Runsewe said.
The President of the World Craft Council wants Nigerians and foreigners to visit the NCAC stand to learn more about NAFEST and other Cultural events happening in Nigeria. Nigeria day is on Sunday the 9th of September.