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Bukas And Joints Olisa Adibua enjoys lunch with selected viewers

Olisa Adibua took out time to hangout and enjoy lunch with some lucky viewers of travel food docu series, Bukas and Joints.

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Ozena Utulu, Joy Obiesie and Olisa Adibua play

Ozena Utulu, Joy Obiesie and Olisa Adibua

(Biola Alabi Media)

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The producers of Bukas and Joints recently rewarded dedicated viewers with a lunch date with the TV show’s host, Olisa Adibua.

The lucky viewers got to taste some delicacies and enjoy a hearty meal of their choice alongside the host of the show, Olisa.

11 viewers of the show, who participated in an online quiz which had been running since the second season of the show started, joined Olisa for lunch at the Biola Alabi Media headquarters in Ikoyi, Lagos.  

Speaking at the event, one of the lucky viewers, Joy Obiesie said the show had taught her a lot of things about Nigerian food especially when it comes to preparations.

Olisa Adibua in new episode of "Bukas and Joints" play

Olisa Adibua in new episode of "Bukas and Joints"

She said: “I am a very good cook and I used to think there is no food I cannot prepare, but anytime I watch Bukas and Joints I learn new ways of cooking. It is very educative.

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According to Olisa, the hang-out was a good opportunity to meet some of the ardent viewers of the show.

A lot of people walk up to me all the time asking about the show and wanting to know more. Many suggest places I should visit and I am very grateful for the feedback. It only means we are really reaching Nigerians. It is nice to be able to sit down with some of the viewers and have lunch. I am also happy that Heriatge Bank is represented here, they have been true to promoting Nigerian food.

Bukas and Joints, the Nigerian travel food doc-series explores African cuisine and African delicacies.

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