- A Nigerian man identified as Adepeju Elijah Adewusi has displayed amazing baking skills after making a crocodile cake
- According to Adepeju, the holy spirit directed him to bake the crocodile cake
- The young man said God is his partner and always tells him what to do
A Nigerian man identified as Adepeju Elijah Adewusi has impressed many social media users after sharing pictures of the crocodile cake he baked.
Taking to his Facebook page to showcase the cake, Adepeju said he was directed by the holy spirit to bake a crocodile cake.
According to the young man, God always tells him what to do and when to do it. He said when he got to his shop on January 18, he heard a voice within him saying he must bake a crocodile cake.
After listening to the voice he heard, Adepeju took to social media to share what he came up with: a beautiful work of art made with flour which has earned him commendations from the online community.
Facebook user identified as Debby Busayo wrote:
"God bless u greatly... More inspiration frm the holyspirit Amen."
Joseph Charity commented:
"Wow its looks so real well done more inspiration."
Princess Adepeju Adebola reacted:
"More grace. We love and celebrate you always."
Taiwo Hope Oluwafunmilayo Deborah wrote:
"More power, grace, knowledge and understanding to do more better, greater than all u have been doing in jesus name."
Temitayo Wholeyhorlar Oniyide said:
"More power to your elbow."
In similar news, 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.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Davy Tsopo's story is one of pure hardship followed by success. The 35-year-old entrepreneur did not allow retrenchment to define his future. Having a one-month-old baby at the time of his job loss fuelled Davy's passion.
Davy began watching videos of American baker and boss of Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro, on YouTube to help teach himself how to bake. He would share his beautifully-decorated creations on social media.
One of his friends, Charlotte, not only purchased a Davy original creation but also introduced him to a friend. This was just a stepping stone to his success.
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