This photo of “gari soakings”, a meal in Ghana (which is very popular amongst students and the not so well-to-do), has been trending on all sort of social media platforms for the past few days.
What is it about this photo?? Gari soakings, if prepared personally at home, should not cost more than ¢2.00.
Now, to the “ish” about this photo. The cheap Ghanaian meal costs ¢145.00 at Kempinski Hotel’s restaurant.
This Hotel opened its doors for business last year and has since received backlashes for outrageous charges for relatively normal Ghanaian delicacies.
Below is a photo supposed to be of Kempinski restaurant’s menu.