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Australian High Commissioner to Ghana eat three days old Ghanaian Fufu for breakfast



Gregory Andrews, Australian High Commissioner to Ghana

The Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews has disclosed that among some of the delicious delicacies of Ghana that he had really enjoyed so far was a three days old fufu he ate some time ago.

According to him, he ate the three days left over fufu for breakfast after he failed to eat it on the day it was prepared.

“I will tell you the finest thing and I still don’t understand why but I had a leftover fufu, actually my cook Cecilia made it for me on a Friday to eat on the weekend but I ended up having it for breakfast on Monday morning and I just put a post that I really enjoyed this leftover fufu and everyone was like how are you eating leftover fufu, even we don’t do that, you are so Ghanaian,” he said.

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The Australian diplomat who seems to have adapted very fast to the Ghanaian living barely two months of his stay in the country said he enjoyed the Ghanaian delicacy which many cannot do without even after three days added that he ate it with chicken light soup.

Berla Mundi and Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews

Berla Mundi and the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews

“It was a little bit hard but it still tasted delicious”, he added.

Recounting his experience so far in Ghana with TV3 Bella Mundi on the New Day on Tuesday, September 22, Mr Andrews noted that he had also tasted, Kenkey and fish, Kontomire stew, beans, and gari foto among others.

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“Last night for dinner, I had one of my favorite and most simple dishes, I had red red with Ghanaian beans, but I also really love gari footo” he said.

Mr. Andrew also disclosed that he had also adopted Kwame Krakra as his Ghanaian name adding that Ghanaians are welcoming and Ghana already feels like a second home to him.