Nigerian serving in US Army drinks Garri during training and tells colleagues he loves it in viral video
- A young Nigerian surprised his colleagues during US military training as he took garri dipped with kuli kuli
- Responding to one of the soldiers asking him what he was eating, he told him that garri is one of the best meals in Nigeria.
- Many Nigerians who reacted agreed with his praise for the meal, as some joked that it had saved lives.
A Nigerian man serving in the US military has sparked massive reactions with his TikTok video as he sat down to eat during training.
Sitting under his shed, the soldier at the handle @iam_scholar drank garri soaked in kuli kuli. A caption overlaid on his video read:
“When the Nigerian blood in you kicks in during US Army training.”
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He told his colleague who asked him what he was eating that he was fed up with the food they had around.
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The soldier also showed the kuli kuli he was taking, saying it was better than peanuts.
Watch his video below:
At the time of writing, her video has garnered over 50,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
“This garri should be included in the first aid kit, it has been saving lives since 1814.”
“Saving Nigeria Since Independence.”
Elina La Berry Osaro said:
“When the sun is hot, and you have garri, ice water, peanut, milk and sugar, then your afternoon is set for a really good nap.”
“Garri is the biblical manna that fell in the desert of Egypt. He saves man forever!”
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“Come on the house, my boy, thank you and enjoy your Gari and your training. Be safe, my boy, much love.”
“It’s the food that will give you the spirit to fight any war-brother…”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian, Taiwo Abdul-Gafar, took to LinkedIn to share the milestone he achieved in the US Army.
In a post on the platform, he said he started November with a new rank in the force. Taiwo has therefore continued to appreciate everyone who has contributed to its success so far.
His special thanks went to a family member, Kehinde Akorede, who he said was there to pick him up when he was really down.