Susanspecs Podcast

Hello people, pls listen to my new Podcast

So I will be dropping audio posts once in a while, I just want to be able to communicate more freely. I trust you will enjoy it.

You can as well subscribe on soundcloud to my channel.

Also let me know what you think about my podcast

See you on Wednesday

kisses(in jenifa’s voice)

November 2, 2017

susanspecs

My name is Oso Ayomide Susan, you can just call me Susanspecs!!!.

3 Comments

  1. Reply

    Seriki Esther

    October 30, 2017

    I feel why people wash plantain or anything that will still be peeled away is because of dirt. But it’s much better this way if you wash before and after peeling to minimize dirt.
    My opinion though!

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      susanspecs

      October 30, 2017

      Yeah, but many don’t even wash after. They just eat straight after peeling, what do you think of the audio?

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    amusan olabode

    October 30, 2017

    Nice innovation on the blog ??

    I think washing before peeling the plantain or orange is important, more important than after peeling( I guess you can’t wash plantain after peeling ??) . Germs transference is reduced when you wash the back of the plantain or orange. Some people don’t wash their hands well after using the toilet, after sneezing or coughing. You never can tell the hands that have touched the plantain or orange before it gets to you, it could be from that aboki and market woman that don’t care about germs. And consuming the plantain or orange without proper washing can cause serious damages to our health. So, washing before peeling and if possible after peeling is good.

    Keep it up Ayomide. ??

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