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Nice! I’m hungry for mangoes. But I tend towards the Sheri variety…only!
Thanks. I’m hungry for mangoes, so hungry I can finish one Benue type!
When I come back home my friend, we shall go down to Makurdi for this,,,,,,,,,,,
In fact, the only thing keeping me from the Makurdi trip is my waiting for you. Nwanne m biko come back soon.
Nice. the season is here with us again. I won’t miss d ‘sweet’ mango,small but so tasteful
Small but tasty indeed. Thanks Abraham.
I lost my love for mangoes as I left school cos back then,I was privileged to live near mango trees (direct from the source)….
Teks why only you waka come na! With all this love for mango from everyone, you’ve lost yours?
Nice one Nnenna,Mango is my best fruit,Can’t see Mango and take off my eyes.Thank God its de season again,Can’t wait to set my eyes on one
Thank you, Jennifer. Just take it easy while eating o.
Nice article Nnenna. You just made me hungry for mango. I love mangos, it is my best fruit after all. But I prefer the sheri type. So yellow and juicy.
Even if I just purchased let’s say a certain quantity of mango and am heading home, if I see another seller on my way, I will still stop to purchase more. Its that bad. My dear I can’t wait.
Funny. Onyi your case is ‘that bad’ o. You really have to buy from more than one seller?
Living in a place where mango is very expensive, am to be in Nigeria this season, cant wait to get my hands on those succulent ones. Reminds me of those good ole days. Nice write up dear.
You’ll definitely not miss this season’s, to make up for years you were absent. You’re welcome.
That reminds me of the good old days when I used to wake up really early in an attempt to beat my brothers to the mango tree where I would perch like a bird and meticulously search for those succulent, tasty Opioro mangoes!!! Good stuff Nnenna. Keep it up
Thank you, Victor. The memories are just as sweet as the fruit.