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    Posted February 25, 2014 by
    Enugu, Nigeria
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    African culture: street food

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    It Takes A Tripod And A Good Cook

    The picture of African Street Food is one that could be seen as a beautiful array of fruits and vegetables but the truest picture is that of this tripod stand and its accessories which could translate to a standby restaurant usually called MAMA PUT or a barbecue stand usually called SUYA SPOT. The others are the street sellers who load wheel barrows and market to destinations of interest like workshops, bus stops and major street junctions like seen in the picture taken at the FIRST junction to the right of Chime Avenue New Haven Enugu. What remains in the picture is better imagined than told. Otherwise, a trip to New Haven will make you realise that it actually accomodates more than 50 hotels, guest houses and supermarkets.
    These street food merchants usually have to impress to health limits to make it. No thanks to the modern outlook of New Haven and its residents.

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