Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus Lament On How She Struggles To Convince Her Kids To Eat Nigerian Rice

Published 3 weeks ago by: onuigbo felicia
at 04:55 PM, 26/01/2020 (3 weeks ago)

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The beautiful Nigerian police officer, Dolapo Badmus has opened up on the struggles she went through trying to convince her children to start eating Nigerian rice.

Dolapo, who recently welcomed a baby girl with her husband, took to her IG page to share how it happened.

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” So, my children finally agreed to adjust their taste buds to accept and eat Nigerian rice after I’ve told them stories of Igbemo rice, Ofada rice, Gboko rice….how delicious they could taste depending on who fried the stew I cajoled them to understand how lucky they are because the ones they will eat now is already processed and make them feel very lucky because those of our period had us do the processing of washing and ensuring no stone is left in it or else you will have my mother to battle for a whole long week for making her gnashed her teeth on stone, I told them of how me and my siblings competed to show our culinary skills by washing and over washing the rice so we can get the accolade of our mother for being a good cook since no stone found in the rice. Finally, they agreed to be eating Nigerian rice once in a week (that’s an achievement, they will soon get used to eating it and I’m sure they will ask for it anytime they want to eat rice because there is no alternative, even if there is I’m no longer interested….I will do my own little to support anything and everything that will bring economic growth and increase my nation’s GDP thereby translating to human capital development and growth! We don’t have any other nation to call our own! God bless Nigeria

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jahlovesme at 08:34 PM, 26/01/2020 (3 weeks ago)
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ehyah Nigeria get the worst product ever
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blowout at 08:37 PM, 26/01/2020 (3 weeks ago)
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So na banned imported rice dem dey chop since.
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dleg at 06:24 AM, 27/01/2020 (3 weeks ago)
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Good effort. I grew up eating Ofada rice bcos gboko rice had more stone than ofada rice. That may be one of the reason our parent lived longer without much health challenges.
I think all Nigerian should cultivate the same too most importantly to reduce health diseases from all the imported foods we consume without knowing the source.

Recently, Saudi authority discovered were use lubricant are used in manufacturing honey and sold to other country. May God help us
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