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Chocolat Royal is Back after NAFDAC Raid Amidst DRAMA – The Owner Claps Back at Fans on Social Media & Cool FM OAPs Endorse It



Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 02Chocolat Royal is back in business, albeit amidst Drama!

One of the most loved ice cream and dessert stores is back, after NAFDAC (Nigerian Food and Drug Administration and Control) shut it down in May for its expired goods (some over 11 years) and shoddy health practices – click here for the explosive story.

Cool FM is one of its sister companies and out of solidarity its OAPs – DJ Xclusive, Lolo 1, Freeze, Do2dtun all posted new campaign fliers or photos of them at the store. Here’s the new flier with the tagline that reads, ‘#RoyalandLoyal’.Chocolat Royal back -2015-BellaNaija 0They have also used the official Cool FM Instagram account to post videos and photos of the store, and commenters, as expected, have mixed reactions, mostly negative. imageChocolat Royal is back after NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 01Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 07 Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 06The ones ‘calling out’ Chocolat Royal are getting sarcastic responses from who appears to be one of the members of the Moussalli family – Saada Elias Moussalli – @saada_et, who owns Nigeria Info FM, Wazobia FM, Cool FM, Chocolat Royal, etc.Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 04

Saada has written,

“You are all ignorant Nigeria is not made on news papers” and

“So expired food for 20 years and nobody get sick so this is fantastic we all should go for expired food haha”Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 03Chocolat Royal NAFDAC Shut Down - BellaNaija 05We will keep you updated on the situation and if Chocolat Royal releases an official statement.


  1. Issorite

    July 1, 2015 at 10:45 am

    It can only happen in nja, rubbish, and d so called OAP sold deir souls to the devil, love for money!!!

    • Wale

      July 1, 2015 at 2:20 pm

      The DG of Nafdac is Dr. Paul Orhii. Please does any have his number or email address? We need to inundate Nafdac with email and calls. We deserve to know why this restaurant was reopened. If not we need to place a call to Akinwunmi Ambode. This is a clear case of insult upon injury. They poisoned us now they insult us boldly. No remorse, No shame.

  2. Paloma

    July 1, 2015 at 10:50 am

    WTF??? NAFDAC should do something

  3. Ivy

    July 1, 2015 at 10:54 am

    When coolfm launched their careers, they will have to pay homage if not the Moussallis will sack them nawww. Later they will say government us corrupt, why endorse something we all know is wrong? We all know the oaps won’t eat there again, the owners don’t even eat there sef, so……. Our policies aren’t upheld that is why unfortunate oyibos can come to our country and do crap….we always let things go in Nigeria. They cannot try this crap in Lebanon.

  4. jessy

    July 1, 2015 at 10:55 am

    I hardly curse people out on blogs, but the lady is the ignorant one. How does she think food poisoning works, someone takes a bite and dies? Maybe someone somewhere has died from eating your poison but we will never know.. I’m sure a lot of people have cursed out their village people, witches and wizards, wicked in-laws, principalities and powers etc…..if only they knew that your stores represent all the above in one. You think there is an alarm that goes off in your stomach indicating what exactly you ate in the day that is poison? SHAME ON YOU FOR EVEN HAVING THE GUTS TO REPLY AND CALL US IGNORANT. For the OAPs, we understand work is hard to find but sometimes saying the truth or keeping quiet at worse is all you need do. If you waka go that store, then you deserve to be placed on suicide watch.

  5. me

    July 1, 2015 at 10:55 am

    All we ignorant people will never buy anything from you. What do you do that is so different anyways…. NAFDAC I am extremely disappointed

  6. bb

    July 1, 2015 at 10:58 am

    I was just saying the same in my office, I think something doesnt add up too. Seriously-overtly expired products, then people should be falling sick all over the place especially when it involves delicate and fat laden products like these. Such products long chain compounds should have changed form.

    That being said, Chocolate royal and even NAFDAC ought to give an explanation. Was it a sham, a mistake, sabotage, based on assumptions, whatever! we must learn that people can be wrong or fooled and they should be willing to apologize for giving a wrong impression and if someone (NAFDAC personnel) has to go then so be it! even if na Choc Roy. No one should be above the law

    • Corolla

      July 2, 2015 at 11:43 am

      How do we know people didn’t fall sick, but it wasn’t traced back to Chocolat Royal? #justsaying

  7. IRA

    July 1, 2015 at 11:01 am

    The Least they could do is relaease a statement refuiting or apologizing, of which i know they would never do the latter, but release a statement. this is just an INSULT to Nigerians. and for cool fm or whatever to just shove them down our throats. no good journalist or journalism in that company to advice they issue a statement? just advertising? #Royal&Loyal2who? #royal&loyal2who?

  8. Onyeka

    July 1, 2015 at 11:04 am

    This is truly sad, I have had the displeasure of speaking to this lady at one of their implant stores and she was incredibly rude to me with no provocation. I calmly but firmly told her that if she was used to dishing out rude comments (to Nigerians) without being told off, I was about to change that experience; what happened to “the customer is always right”.

    Fast forward; now they have this scandal which doesn’t seem to be unfounded (if I might add) and they open up and go back to business as usual.

    Even if you have now complied with the requirements set by NAFDAC, you cannot treat the Nigerian populace as though we are ignorant. An allegation was made nonetheless: they should address this and explain what measures they have taken to gain trust.

    Not only are they ignoring it, their owner feels that it’s OK to make such sarcastic comments on social media (when will people learn); I honestly do hope that Nigerians stand up and use their buying power to drive home the lesson that we expect a standard higher than this.
    As for me I used to be an ardent chocalat royal lover but with a combination of the lack of decorum and these allegations, I’m sorry guys, I am not loyal and royal and no amount of hash tags and OAPs (who really have no other choice really) can change it…

    • Dele

      July 1, 2015 at 3:55 pm

      Is anyone reading between the lines. As for me i ‘ll wait for a press release from Nafdac or Chocolat Royal .

      On a second thought, why did it take the agency this long 11yrs or so to discover a supposedly bad product , why has anyone never complained of falling ill by eating their food. Why this long silence from the regulatory agency. I hear the man also eats and dine there. Treats official guest with the same food. Could he be so bad to feed on such supposedly bad food?

      I will not hit at them for being Lebanese or for whatever country but for the main koko of feeding people with bad food substance if found guilt.

      I see conspiracy everywhere.

  9. Moyo

    July 1, 2015 at 11:12 am

    Nafdac ought to have issued a statement before the store was opened again and similar raids/inspection should be conducted by NAFDAC on other eateries as well to put our minds at rest. All I know is that I am never buying or eating anything from there again. I dislike people who put down others to make them look bad. What is ignorant about asking questions about an eatery that was closed down due to use of expired products

  10. J

    July 1, 2015 at 11:26 am

    lol at the guy asking for clarification from NAFDAC. If with all the hullabaloo generated by this saga, anyone as much as enters there to eat, that person is an omo ale as Yorubas will say, bastard. Pardon my unladylike stance. Not as much as an explanation for what was discovered and the high handed response given by the Lebanes lady?? Please boycott Chocolat Royale till Jesus comes please. There are other dessert joints to patronize.. if money has exchanged hands and we should develop amnesia because of that, we should take Gingko Biloba to ensure we arent tempted to forget. Its no more business as usual!!!

    • molarah

      July 1, 2015 at 6:18 pm

      AH, its not like that. These guys will capitalize on the fact that some did not hear the news, and so unsuspecting people will continue to patronize them, My own plea is, since NAFDAC and the Lagos State Govt have decided to play blind mute, please someone with a good can of spray paint should do us the honours and spray “EXPIRED! DON’T EAT!” on their gates and windows. Maybe at midnight, when there’s no threat of confrontation. But it needs to be done. This trend of nonchalance of food institutions with the life and health of other people needs to stop.

  11. dobzi

    July 1, 2015 at 11:26 am

    They need to release a statement in regards to what happened and try to convince consumers that it’s safe to keep patronizing them

  12. LotusFlower

    July 1, 2015 at 11:28 am

    Look at all the businesses this woman runs in Nigeria. She is making her livelihood through Nigerians yet she calls them ignorant. Lady, you are the ignorant one. You should be thanking Nigerians.

  13. Mz Socially Awkward...

    July 1, 2015 at 11:29 am

    Who THE heck is this ass-hat, “Saada Elias Mousalli”??? What. The. Hell???? My goodness, so Nigeria is truly a joke like this? When a foreign business owner understands our system enough to hop on social media and type out caustic responses to potential customers, because she’s assured of still being able to sell her products to millions of Nigerians???

    Oh, my Father. We must be an undeniable joke to all the oyibos doing commercial trade in our very own nation. Did NAFDAC release any public notices to say what consequences came out from all the food poisoning allegations? Have the management of Chocolate Royale made any apologies to their customers? Are they facing any form of liability at all?? Nigeria. Why????? So, this incredibly obnoxious eejit who would NEVER have the gall to use her bend-bend unrepentant fingers to mock her customers like this in a more civilised society… so, she can just boldly rub her own shit in our faces and this is the status quo?? WHAT THE HELLLLLL?????????

  14. Adanna

    July 1, 2015 at 11:30 am

    At least they were kicked out of Shell Lagos Office…

  15. TA

    July 1, 2015 at 11:32 am

    @ me. Thank You! Very rude woman. Don’t worry, let us see how far you can get with this your stinky attitude. You think you can act all nasty and yet expect customers to patronise your expired and substandard pastries. I hope you know the Lebanese weed you are smoking is not going to make you as mean as you want to sound. You gonna learn, the hard way. Moussali my foot!

  16. Friday's Otherchild

    July 1, 2015 at 11:35 am

    The best thing that people can do is vote with their feet. I certainly wont ever go there again. Has this company even bothered issuing a statement addressing the issue? I for one am completely tired of all these companies that just run wild across the continent, from using sub-standard products, to treating their staff badly to tax invasion and more. Customers use your power, keep your money in your pocket and spend it in places that have the same values as you and actually work to get and retain your custom.

  17. J

    July 1, 2015 at 11:35 am

    As for the OAPs? Ask their close friends for their personal views on the re-opening. We dont have integrity especially in the face of loss of income and prestige.

  18. Zeenee

    July 1, 2015 at 11:41 am

    Boycott Chocolat Royal. Simple! I can’t imagine anyone in their right senses going back there to patronize them!

  19. Bella

    July 1, 2015 at 11:59 am

    This Saada woman has shame no sense sef. So they don’t think getting a PR agent to give out a formal notice or press statement addressing the health shutdown issues, as in what happened and also addressing where her company is at the moment, with the re-opening? Is this no longer good business practice again? She thinks it better to be sarcastic with the same people that are supposed to be giving her business! Where is the respect in that, for us as the consumers of her merchandise? I’m annoyed sef at her business sense and obvious lack of respect for the Nigerian consumer. I suggest we all think twice before frequenting her place of business. Health is a vital part of life that should never be taken lightly, and yet she thinks less of the consumer but is eager for their money to amass the further wealth of their dynasty. Abegiii, Nigerians you dey hear word, the time for self love and self respect is now o. Away with all these people who never think we are good enough as humans but still want to take our hard earned money.

  20. Ephi

    July 1, 2015 at 12:00 pm

    Such arrogance! I hope people boycott them.
    I don’t understand why foreigners get away with so much crap in Nigeria, half of which they wouldn’t get away with in their own countries. Who should we blame if not for ourselves and the horrible leadership we’ve had in past years.

  21. Blah blah

    July 1, 2015 at 12:04 pm

    I’m really sad because I know people will still patronise Chocolate Royal. In a decent society, all their radio stations would have lost all sponsors. people would boycott these companies until we have answers. But it’s Nigeria, na to brush off the maggot and continue eating. Such a shame.

  22. Thatgidigirl

    July 1, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    Is NAFDAC going to say something about this? Indians and Lebanese have taken over Nigeria; stallion rice, stallion motors, tata, fouani, cactus….etc. They are some of the most corrupt people ever after Nigerians and mexicans, so living in Nigeria comes naturally for them and Madam ignorant can say what she likes because she has sorted everybody from customs down to nafdac.
    Abeg lemme wash my bowl for iya basira, at least i know the heat from the fire wood would kill the germs considerably.

  23. Mee

    July 1, 2015 at 12:13 pm

    So disappointed at the OAPs that are promoting chocolate royale. How can you do that? This isn’t “gist” or speculation, there was solid evidence that they were using expired products. Why would you now endorse them? They didn’t even acknowledge their irresponsibility, they haven’t provided proof of how they will stop future disrespect and disregard for Nigerians, yet you are endorsing them. Later you would say our leaders are corrupt. How much are they paying you that you can’t stand for what’s right? If you then get into government where there’s the temptation to steal money beyond your dreams…. I pity you all.

    Nigerians, let us boycott them. Please do not go to CR. There are other options that are of better quality and taste even. If an idiot like the lady-owner is going to add insult to injury and “spit” in our faces after their disgusting, greedy actions, then she shouldn’t profit from us.

    If our leaders can’t do more to protect us, we can make demands via our purchasing power. Let them realize that we have the power, not them, and that we demand quality and standards when we part with our money. Let’s stop accepting rubbish, please.

  24. lade

    July 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm

    We have always protected ourselves in Nigeria…The elite always cry and fight back when they oppress and do bad things…For now.Dont buy anything from there….And for the is survival mentality..If I loose my job what happens to me.I dont want to go back to the Labour market..izzzz ok!!!!

  25. Anastacia

    July 1, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    My people just started a conversation on Twitter #boycottchocolatroyal … let’s make out voices heard. They cannot and will not take us for granted the arrogance of the saada_et woman is bone chilling. Let’s tell her without us she had no choice but go back to her country.

  26. Tosin

    July 1, 2015 at 1:33 pm

    i had the bestest chicken ceasar salad there on Feb 14 2015. thanks Chocolat Royale.
    i was just wondering if they had gift certificates one week when oops the terrible news in the papers. something’s not adding up. nafdac matter can spoil someone’s maket, so beware.

  27. ada

    July 1, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    I don’t understand why their operating license was not revoked? NAFDAC has surely compromised!

  28. Ibinabo

    July 1, 2015 at 1:53 pm

    This Saada Elias Moussalli is as dumb as her name sounds… so, because there was no reported illness linked to the use of expired products by chocolate royal, it makes it okay to continue right? Kontinu!

  29. Leoleo

    July 1, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    Imagine if I had done what they did in Nigeria in Lebanon? i don’t need to spell it out what would have happened to me, even my fellow Nigerians would have cursed and insulted me(rightfully so)
    At the end of the day we know our Government cannot be trusted, its up to us to stand up and look after ourselves. Boycott the foolish ingrates, the businesses if u don’t eat ice cream, chocolate or whatever it is they sell we will not die but live longer. the others will take notice and do right.
    I refuse to be taken for granted and made a fool of in my own country especially not from an outsider.

  30. VAL

    July 1, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    Fellow Nigerians, for the sake of your health and mine, please do not go to chocolate royale to have even a sweet. They should be ashamed to come back and advertise their products.
    They fed people maggot infested foods and have the guts to expect these same people to patronise them? SMH
    I will NEVER step into that place and neither will people I know.
    OAP that work there……………..make una enjoy oh!!!

  31. nwa papa

    July 1, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Nigerians are their own worst enemies..

  32. Jonny...

    July 1, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    Was at ChocolatRoyal this morning and was interviewed by Dotun of cool fm…. The clientele wasnt affaected as all kinds of poeple all came in to have breakfast.

    If NAFDAC truly had a case against this people they would have come out with a statement and would have closed them down for a long time.

    I wa also privy to read a posted letter at the entrance of ChocolatRoyal. the letter was written to nafdac and was backdated to february last year since when they’ve asked NAFDAC to come pick some expired goods in their posession.

    • Fola

      July 1, 2015 at 2:58 pm

      Hahaha you must be a joke! If this is the best they can put together, Chocolat Royal is a Joke!

    • polypoly

      July 1, 2015 at 5:39 pm

      you definitely work for Chocolat Royal…..hissss

      Buhari please save us from the Middle Eastern corrupt foreign business men. ooops, sorry I forgot they are big APC donors…..chilleee please, Fashola is prob close to this family sef…..smh


    July 1, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Well wow… My take on this is where are there regulatory officials that where always going to eatry to vet them? Besides i hear the company wrote to the regulatory bodies to come pack expired products for the past year and nobody did come…. eateries are not allowed according to law to destroy expired products. Again another issue is like she pointed out none of the products (cakes, croisants etc) of this eatry was tested and reported by NAFDAC’s lab. officials that they were contaminated… i have been preview to being at one of their outlets and seeing Amin and some of his folks eat there also, make this whole thing a bit unbelievable still, plus… i know people who are die hard sweet tooths, they never complained of purging or any such issues,… The regulatory bodies should clear the air alongside chocolat royal cos i doubt they can open without approval would be disastrous.

  34. Teddy Bear

    July 1, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    Here is a simple solution, my fellow Nigerians: the success and profitability of their business is based on consumers. The beautiful thing about it is, if you don’t chop there, they don’t chop period. .Do not patronize them and maybe they will be forced to change their practices or better yet go out of business altogether. Matter of fact, they do not deserve to be in business in Nigeria at all. DO NOT buy from them! Run them out of business to send a message to them and any other foreigners that might think like them. MMCCHEW!

  35. jummai

    July 1, 2015 at 3:01 pm

    Saada or Saida what ever your name is, you are RUDE. I don’t blame you though, it just shows you lack manners and you feel you can address your customers as you deem fit. To hell with you and your expired food.

  36. Daisy

    July 1, 2015 at 3:08 pm

    The best approach would have been to issue a public statement not necessarily admitting guilt (but that can still be done to appease angry patrons), but just to let the public know you intend to serve better and take the lives of people seriously this time around. Instead of using coolfm and OAPs to show off. Not nice!

  37. cleo

    July 1, 2015 at 3:21 pm

    This Saada is so rude.
    There was an allegation of life and death that is her response?
    No public statement or press release. Shame.
    I feel so ashamed to be in Nigeria.
    Can Nigerians boycott them?

  38. Asgrl

    July 1, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    Even if the charges are trumped, just purely for the fact that this she-goat is condescending and racist towards NIGERIANS, in our own country, PLEASE SHUT THIS DUSTBIN DOWN!!!!

  39. Iris

    July 1, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    First of all, even if they had been begging NAFDAC to come and collect their expired food and were not serving it to people, if this had happened in a developed country they’d have been apologizing because the food was even there. However in Nigeria where anything goes, this useless creature has the effrontery to open her stupid mouth and spew rubbish because she has no respect for Nigerians and thinks she is doing the country a favor with her presence. It is simple: boycott Chocolat Royale and let’s see who runs what. The Cool FM people should be ashamed of themselves. Bloody sellouts. And you wonder why people have no respect for Nigerians outside.

  40. Williams

    July 1, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    LMAO this woman meant “You are all ignorant, Nigeria is not made on newspapers” and i totally agree she wasn’t insulting you all why the bitterness all over here? Typo error on her part that’s all mostly and maybe pained venting hence mistake. Anyway as the investigation i read conducted last week after it was on social media they are re-opening this week shows… NAFDAC has a lot more to loose than this company if due process was followed, the company could sue cos they actually have a letter requesting those goods to be picked up, signed by regulatory agency but NAFDAC failed! It also says NAFDAC didn’t test the actual products on sale in their labs (a lot of lapses)… The owners are said to eat from this eatry, sundays since their cooks aren’t always around Sundays before the shutdown… SEEMS LIKE FAILED WITCH HUNTING… there’s alot going behind but it seems chocolat royal is waiting on NAFDAc release also they have been cleared for opening.
    From a pure business and PR stance glamourising it with OAP’s isnt all that abad startegy depends on how its managed but we should stop this our foreigners mentality… that eatry is about two decades i read.

    • Iris

      July 1, 2015 at 4:48 pm

      See, whether or not Chocolat Royale has a valid case isn’t the point. In other countries the fear of irrational outcries by its citizens alone is enough to make a company virtually go on its knees and beg and execute the greatest PR stunts known to man – but not in Nigeria and not Chocolat Royale. Who do these people think they are? How can she be making sarcastic comments and feel like she can be on the offensive? She is the service provider and Nigerians are her paycheck. If consumers have seen pictures of expired goods floating around, play ball and fix it and stop talking back. I’m so sick of this slavish mentality we have towards people who are not black. If Chocolat Royale was owned by a Ghanaian or Rwandan or Zambian would we let them rest without at least an apology, proof of NAFDAC-certified goods, and a weekend of free glazed doughnuts? Better still, if a Nigerian had done this in Lebanon or India or wherever, what would have happened to that business? We face enough humiliation and discrimination outside of Nigeria but by God there’s no reason to have to take this crap in our own land. All you have to do is not go there. It’s not like they are the sole providers of pastries, ice cream,and cake in Lagos. Kai, I am pissed. The gall of this company!

    • Iris

      July 1, 2015 at 4:49 pm

      And just to add to my point, in this case the outcry isn’t even irrational.

    • Anonymous

      July 1, 2015 at 7:28 pm

      what she meant or implied is not the crux of the matter. The point is a statement should have been released by their company either:
      1) Informing the customers/consumers, it was a clear case of some misunderstanding. OR
      2) Assuring us there,was never a time expired products were used and there will never be a time expired products will be used.
      I think it’s called “damage control”
      It’s not for her to get on social media, spewing arrant rubbish & displaying her lack of decorum towards her customers. Where the heck does she think she is or who the hell is she?! It’s consumers money that made “chocolat a ROT” what it became and if she doesn’t apologise or rinse her mouth with hyssop, she maybe in for a shock. Nigerians must learn to stand up for themselves and stop tolerating the excesses of these foreigners. As of me going there ever again is an absolute no,no. The nerve to call people ignorant! In my country?!

  41. Ehi

    July 1, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    Give or take… what is good is good no amount of blackmail can stop it.
    personally, i’ve seen no report from NAFDAC stating that these expired goods were found in their kitchen and were being used or rather, the food were being tested and were unfit.

    These are the essential facts… i beleive if the regulatory agency(s) had found them culpable they would have made a statement and would have kept them shutdown permanently.

    lets be livid and sensible when we make criticism(s) of others…. talking of unemployment in Nigeria, if they (Chocolat Royal) shuts down forever, note that alot of people have lost their livlihood.

    And for 20 years, you cant tell me that such a bad business and the government existed side by side and the government will be quick to aqciute them.

    I will not be a part of bad and stupid critism… If you wont go to Chocolat Royal, stay at home and don’t spew.

    • molarah

      July 1, 2015 at 6:22 pm

      Excuse you?!? Whether true or not, any business that is responsive and sensitive to the people it serves will react to any allegation (rumor or not) against them. Same thing happened to Indomie sometime back and they made several moves to clear the air and restore public confidence in their products. We deserve an explanation on what exactly occurred, because our lives and health is important. If yours isn’t, well you can keep quiet about it. This attitude of nonchalance by Nigerian service providers is becoming extremely nauseating, and the more we fold our arms and keep quiet the longer it will persist.

    • Ephi

      July 2, 2015 at 9:52 am

      You obviously work for or are linked with ChocolatRoyale in some way but as molarah has rightly pointed out, if your health doesn’t matter to you, you are very free to keep quiet. Those that choose to speak out will speak out.
      Corruption – the bane of Nigeria. THAT really is the problem

  42. Halima

    July 1, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    Hi People, So I hear there is a protest planned for Saturday (July 4) at 10am outside Chocolat Royal. This protest is being held against the unlawful opening of Chocolat. This isn’t happening in Syria or China, this is expired food being potentially sold at our doorsteps to our community, notably to our kids. Lets not be normal passive Nigerians and do something before we ‘jet off on our summer holidays” or “mind our business” or simply just “select another restaurant”. Apparently, they’ve made no official statement, apology or defence against the allegations and are simply tweeting comments about no one getting sick. Not only is that rude, its untrue. Some people did get sick last year, admittedly nothing fatal nor where the incidents aggressively reported but they happened and in light of the NAFDAC closure should not be ignored. Do try and attend the protest on Saturday or give some sort of voice to this very serious matter however you can. This is occurring so close to home for a lot of people, so lets support healthy food for our communities and due process in our country.

  43. Olayemi

    July 1, 2015 at 6:22 pm

    Go to school but nooooooo! LOL. See how a typo has made Sally or is it Saida a butt of Lebanese jokes.

    Anyways, I wish them goodluck.

  44. missatl

    July 2, 2015 at 1:24 am


  45. missatl

    July 2, 2015 at 1:28 am

    And most if not all of these people have no education , yet we have nigerians with masters and PhD waiting on daddy to give them pocket money for shopping and living expenses, while foreigners are millionaires

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