It is Monday again!
And we are not sorry to tell you that the weekend is over and serious business starts now.
The week has started and we ought to start it formidably, that is if we want the rest of the week to go smoothly.
Amid long queues at the bus stop, struggling for trotro, getting stuck in traffic, one thing we are Ghanaians would not forget is our breakfast.
When it comes down to what a typical Ghanaian would have breakfast, it is dependant on the person.
Nonetheless, the commonest ones about 90% of people would opt for is either waakye or Hausa Koko.
Today, let us put our dial on the latter.
Hausa Koko is prepared with ground millet and cooked like any other porridge with spice, predominantly ginger and pepper.
Whiles some are spicy, others are reasonable hot leave a hint of hotness on the tongue after savoury.
It is complemented with bofrot, Koose, pinkaso, tea bread or a mixture of all. Whiles some would take their porridge with groundnut and milk, others love to take it with just sugar, as mentioned earlier, it all depends on the consumer.
Hausa Koko is mostly grabbing on the go which means that you are likely to meet others equally patronizing this delicacy.
Oftentimes, there is not much to do waiting for your turn other than looking into the faces of people and counting down to when it finally gets to you.
In lieu of that, here is how you can kill that wait. Check out these 7 songs, before you know, you are served and already on your way.
• La Hustle- Medikal
• Na Today- Okese1
• Okyeame Kwame- Yeeko
• IGAD- Stonebwoy
• S3fa- echoke
• Chike- Running to you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ds1sEErTB9I• Kweku Darlington- Sika aba fie
Written by April