South African comedian, actor, and TV host, Trevor Noah, has made fun of a controversial statement made by minister of agriculture, Audu Ogbeh.
Ogbeh had told a Senate committee in March that Nigerians were now making orders for pizza from London and receiving them via British Airways.
The host of The Daily Show, a late-night television talk show on Comedy Central, wondered why Nigerians would fly past Italy to get British pizza.
Trevor further described it as a waste of money and time.
“You’re telling me Nigerians are flying past Italy to get British pizza?” he wondered, adding that if that is the case then Nigerians should just “fly past Amsterdam to get weed in Romania.”
Trevor Noah makes fun of Audu Ogbeh's claim that Nigerians order pizza from Britain pic.twitter.com/71Vi0CIfho
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