- A Nigerian man has taken to Facebook to wow social media users with his amazing baking skills
- Prince Obua recently made a cake in form of former United States president, Donald Trump's helicopter
- One thing that is noteworthy about the talented baker is his consistency and hard work in the world of baking
A Nigerian man identified as Prince Obua has continued to wow people on social media with his baking skills which he is now passing to others.
The young man recently recreated the United States former president, Donald Trump's helicopter with flour and stunned social media users.
Sharing the images on his Facebook page, Obua indicated that the cake was part of the training for students in Port Harcourt who were learning how to bake.
This is not the first time the young man will be in the news for his baking skills. Recall that Obua took to social media to disclose how he was contacted from Uganda after making an aeroplane cake for Air Peace.
He took to Facebook to share a screenshot of a conversation he had with a man from Uganda.
In other news, cakes go a long way at weddings. No wonder they are always some of the important things couples settle first during marriage planning.
While creative bakers keep pushing the boundary in coming with designs, only a few could arguably match the one that surfaced online on Tuesday, September 29.
A Twitter user with the handle @athabrahamss shared photos of an upside-down hanging cake her mother baked.
It is such a wonder to behold. The first question that comes to one's mind is how come the cake is not falling off and what exactly could be holding its fragile structure in place?
In response to people asking how the wedding cake was cut at the wedding ceremony, @athabrahamas shared another photo showing a couple with a knife slicing through it.
In other news, 53-year-old Canadian actress Pamela Anderson has found love again, and this time, it's with her personal bodyguard Dan Hayhurst.
Daily Mail reported that the media personality fell in love with her new man from spending time together during the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Pamela and Dan decided to take their love life more seriously when they tied the knot in a private ceremony on the actress' Vancouver Island home in Canada on Christmas Eve.
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