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Here's how Olisa Adibua began his search

A Nigerian travel food doc-series, "Bukas and Joint" features Olisa Adibua traveling around Nigeria in search of the most authentic Bukas and Joints.

Bukas and Joints

"Bukas and Joints" is hosted by media personality Olisa Adibua, and features him traveling around Nigeria in search of the most authentic Bukas and Joints.

The Nigerian travel food doc-series which explores African cuisine and African delicacies, premiered on March 20, 2016, on AIT Network.

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According to the producers,  the show is aimed at capturing the very essence of the universal language of food, kicking off with one of Nigeria's largest cities, Lagos.

The 13-episode series, with each episode running for half an hour, will take viewers on several interesting and mouth-watering food adventure across 50 eateries in the first season of show.

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