Nikiwe Bikitsha samples popular Nigerian street food

Acclaimed journalist, Nikiwe Bikitsha, shares her experiences with Nigerian cuisine where she sampled West Africa's dish, suya.

Nigerian suya is popular street fare of spicy grilled meat. It could be prepared with beef fillets, chicken cuts, liver or kidney. .

Listen to Nikiwe Bikitsha's interview with Xolani Gwala below...


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