I took time out to read your story about your moin moin experience with Mega Chicken. In my humble opinion and with all due respect, I believe you owe Mega Chicken an apology not the other way round. Your post created a lot of negative press for the Mega Chicken brand, and the implication of this could be a dip in sales.
If you had taken the moin moin back to the restaurant and they didn’t attend to you properly and politely, then you have a point. However, according to your own account, you bought five, ate one, gave out two and then put the other 2 in your fridge overnight. If the one you ate was fresh then it’s fair to say that you received the moin moin in a reasonably good condition. Have you also factored that they could sue you for damaging their reputation into consideration? The onus would be on you to prove beyond reasonable doubt, that it wasn’t in your care that the moin moin went bad!
I am writing you this letter primarily because Mega chicken is a restaurant very dear to me, as it’s one of the very few restaurants that offer Nigerian food in its purest form, not the Nigerian food cooked like oyinbo food that some clowns all over vi that call themselves eatries serve.
I was introduced to Mega Chicken by Kaylah oniwo who bought me 2 wraps of starch and a catfish head immersed in the most sumptuous Banga soup I have ever had. From that day onwards, I have enjoyed with utmost relish, their Ofe Owerri which Richard unachukwu made me order one day and I absolutely enjoyed it.
Their bitter leaf is from another world of bliss and if combined with their perfectly tender goat meat the result is orgasmic.
I have taken many of my friends there. I remember one night when @iambolar and I almost cried when we drove all the way there, in heavy traffic, from vi to eat their Banga and they had just closed!!! ????
Please dear Blessing, apologize to Mega chicken because if they close down, I will come and be eating in your house anytime bae isn’t around!
By the way….. I loooove food