Suya is a spicy shish kebab (skewered meat) which is a popular food item in West Africa. It is traditionally prepared by the Hausa people of northern Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger, and some parts of Sudan (where it is called agashe).
There is no denying that a trip to Nigeria is not complete without a taste of Suya.
The long thin cut of beef, marinated in delicious spices and grilled over red-hot coals, has over the years become one of the favorite street foods consumed by locals in the country.
You can hardly go 3 miles around certain cities, including cities outside the Northern region where it is said to originate from, without catching a whiff of its tantalizing aroma in the air.
Actually, Suya is one foods in the country that is enjoyed to all and sundry irrespective of age, sex, ethnic group or tribe.
If you are visiting and wondering what the fuss is about this mouth-watering delicacy, Today on LOUDESTGIST, we will reveal to you, the 7 reasons Nigerians are obsessed with Suya. Click “Continue Reading” to see them