“Gob3” is an indigenous cuisine in Ghana which has a composition of cooked beans, heated palm oil and seared plantain. In recent times, the famous dish has continuously turned into an adequately convenient public source of dietary provision and satisfaction.
During a new discourse on the condition of the economy by previous President John Dramani Mahama, he recognized the truth, by asserting that “Gob3” falls under the category of nutritious food groups that has a financially moderate cost range, that each Ghanaian ought to develop the habit of buying for the purpose of consumption.
He even extended his appreciation further, by thanking various Ghanaian citizens who help in building the economy by eating “Gob3”. Former President John Mahama referred to them as the “Gob3 Eaters Association”, during his delivered speech geared towards resolving the country’s shambolic economic state.
As costs of commodities and services continue to increase at various market centres on an everyday schedule, it has become pivotal for Ghanaians to begin searching for other less expensive method of living moderately, hence, the need to begin eating modest food varieties like “Gob3”.
In any case, broadcast media journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, has chosen to accustom her two cute 7 and 5-year-old nephews, Kobby and Kuku, into the habit of eating the local food dish on a regular fashion.
She energetically took steps to return them back to their parents, assuming they would not see reason with her call to action, by encouraging them to eat the “Gob3” she had provided them to taste. At first, they hesitantly concurred, and began eating it with little enthusiasm.
However, after they had a couple of spoon bites, they quickly had a change of mind, as they reconsidered their previous stand, by confirming that “Gob3” is without a doubt, a reliable method of living an economised life in Ghana, especially during these tough times.