• A Nigerian lady surprised many when she opened the large bag of groceries she brought from Nigeria to Canada.
  • The lady brought out food such as eguisi, ogbono, sachets of milk and tomatoes, and many food spices.
  • Many social media users who saw her put out packages of Maggi and Stock Fish wondered if she would open a store.

A young Nigerian woman, @iam_chloey, made a video to show the groceries she brought from Nigeria to Canada.

Using a box that she revealed her mother had made for her, the lady displayed many sachets of milk and tomatoes.

People were amazed at the things he brought to Canada. Photo source: TikTok/@iam_chloey
Source: UGC

Lady has many provisions in her box

That was not all, there were also “poundo” packets in the big travel box. It had broth, eguisi and ogbono.

Other things in the bag were packets of green tea and dried pepper. She even had playing cards like “Who”.

Watch her video below:

As of this writing, the video has amassed nearly 1,500 comments and more than 120,000 likes.

legit.ng He collected some of the reactions below:

ItsDebora.K said:

“The whole plane probably smelled like a supermarket.”

marilyn estrada said:

“Just open a grocery store.”

Please Clemente said:

“I’m saving this video for when I leave Nigeria so I don’t miss anything on the list.”

kofi said:

“Cameroonian pepper will be the best.”

mary ejike said:

“This is me, I even brought salt from Nigeria to Qatar.”

ifunanya876 said:

“Some of that stuff is so unnecessary.”

Bosslady asked:

“And customs did not bother?”

She answered:

“Everything is permitted”.

Eric Ezirim said:

“Hmm, so you pretty much want to continue Nigerian life in Canada. Na just change the weather, food and everything is the same.”

Lady regrets taking supplies to Canada

In the meantime, legit.ng previously reported that a young Nigerian woman sparked massive reactions on TikTok after sharing a video showing what she regretted taking when she moved to Canada.

In the video, he mentioned garri and palm oil as some of the foods. He even listed dried okra and powdered cocoyam.

Many Nigerians in her comments section were shocked that she regretted traveling with items that are highly sought after among Africans abroad.

Source: Legit.ng