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ADVERT REVIEW: MR CHEF SEASONING… “LOOK AT HIS FACE!”


HAHAHA, YOU JUST HAVE TO LOVE THIS ADVERT. GOT ME LAUGHING ALL THROUGH!
THE BOY NAMED OLA MADE IT LOOK LIKE A REAL HOME VIDEO; HE SHOULD TRY GOING INTO THE MOVIE INDUSTRY.

CLICK TO WATCH THE ADVERT HERE

At the beginning of the advert, a youth corper by name Ola is with his family on the the dining table all set to eat. Ola patiently waits for his mum to serve him. When his mum finally brings his food, he collects it from her and thanks her with so much joy.

As Ola is about to put his cutlery into use, he hears his name but he doesn’t see the person calling his name. He suddenly feels someone is out there to collect his mum’s sumptuous meal from him, so he tries to hide it under the table.

Moments later Ola is awoken by his friend’s call who is also a youth corper, and then he realizes that he has been dreaming of his mum’s food. Ola gets mad at his friend for waking him up at the moment he was about to eat his mum’s sumptuous food. Perceiving an aroma around him, Ola thinks it is still from his mum’s kitchen, but his friend laughs and tells him that the aroma is from one caterer by name- Mama Ngozi who apparently uses the same seasoning “Mr Chef” with Ola’s mum, hence the reason he is dreaming about his mum’s food.

The two corpers rush to the caterer’s home to have a taste of her sumptuous meal. Ola feels like he is home away from home since it is the same seasoning his mum uses.

This advert is self explanatory though the language used is pidgin. Look at Ola’s face, his expression is so hilarious!

Just wondering

Why the woman served the younger sibling first

A great advert though…
Duration: 30 seconds (Half a minute)

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