Suya is one of the popular food items in West African which is made up of spicy meat. It's made up of skewered beef, ram, or chicken. Innard like kidney, liver, and tripe are also used. Suya is a thinly sliced meat that has been soaked in various spices which include vegetables oil, salt, peanut cake, and other flavorings, and then barbecue. It is mostly served with extra dried pepper mixed with spices and sliced onion.
In a picture circulating on social media specifically, Instagram has got most users talking. A picture seen on social media shows Suya which has been wrapped in a newspaper. The suya looks so appetizing but what caught the attention of many users was the newspaper which was used to wrap the meat. Inside the newspaper was a headline. The headline was bodily typed with this headline "Tension in Abia as a family of 7 dies after eating suya".
Most users are in a dilemma as to why the suya was wrapped in this particular newspaper. Some people think is a coincidence whilst other people think the buyer should be cautious. What's your take on the picture?
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