- Billionaire Tony Elemelu has shown that he is good all-round as he prepared his meal on Sallah Day
- In a short clip, the Nigerian billionaire, with assured composure, made roasted yam and yummy-looking sauce
- Nigerians praised him, saying he is a man for all tasks, good in many things as he is with running a business
Popular Nigerian billionaire, Tony Elumelu, has shown that he is also good in the kitchen. In a video shared on his Instagram page, the man showed off his culinary skill.
The billionaire said the video was shot as he celebrated Sallah with his brother, Ndudi Elumelu. In the clip, Elumelu roasted some yam.
He is good in the kitchen too
To go with the yam, he made some sauce. After preparing the meal, he took his time to dish it. The way he handled things in the kitchen shows the video was not just for the gram, it is what he does.
Many Nigerians have commented on how versatile the businessman is. Watch the video below:
A total package
At the time of writing this report, his Instagram post has received over 800 comments with more than 31,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Why won’t you like Tony? Just tell me. This guy always giving me Joy!!!"
"You can cook toooooo? The boys that have N1m wont enter the kitchen."
"See trap song now."
"Absolutely nothing sexier than a billionaire chef."
"Big chef, I'm still a better cook tho."
I was lucky to get my first job
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that Elumelu shared how luck played a great role in making him great in life.
On Monday, July 5, the rich man said the job he applied for when he started his career was well above his qualifications.
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Elumelu revealed that despite not meeting the criteria for the job, he still sent in his application letter. He said it was by a dent of luck that the boss read his letter.
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Source: Briefly News