Finally got an abattoir to buy some meat for weekend:

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Hey everyone thank God it Friday I decided to cook stew soup and I found an abattoir where I can get it at cheaper rate I’m here in Zaria kaduna state Northern part of Nigeria I’m living at Zango area in Zaria and that’s the location of the abattoir which is the major abattoir here in Zaria city I’m lucky to buy it there I got some intestines
,liver and the some other parts which was a kilogram at almost $4 which is #1500 in Nigerian naira and it really fresh to be candid now I cook my soup and enjoy the rest of my weekend thank you and have a wonderful weekend ahead.

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Well, it certainly looks like you have your dinner all lined up for tonight! I wanted to ask you, did you make your stew all by yourself? It looks like it would be very filling and nutritious. Do you put any vegetables in it? Well, I think that you did a really good job and I appreciate you sharing your recipe sort of with us. I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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