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Liberia Wins West-African 2018 Jollof Festival

Liberia came first in the West African 2018 Jollof Festival held by Afropolitan Insight at Union Market on July 7, 2018 in Washington, DC. After Nigeria made a clean sweep of the Jollof Festivals DC & NYC in 2017, Liberia came up with a strong win in the first ever anonymous voting version of the Jollof Wars in ATLANTA  2018 Jollof festival '18 cities. Liberia continues their win in the West African 2018 Jollof Festival (WAJF) in DC. Sierra Leone came in 2nd and Ghana came in 3rd.

WAJF challenged DC's Jollof chefs and restaurants to come up with exciting takes on this classic comfort food. The event was full of fun, and anonymous vote for the best-made Jollof.

Participated Countries:
- Nigeria
- Cameroon
- Ghana
- Liberia
- Senegal
- Sierra Leone
- Guinea






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