#Tosanat50 : A Glimpse at Tosan Jemides 50th birthday cake.

The book launch and celebration of Tosan Jemide at 50 held today. Who would have thought otherwise?

That the lovely edifice wouldn’t catch attention.

The cake was self explanatory as the event was concerned. Various vibrant colours were well represented and the cake had shapes like; round, square and what have you. On the top of the first tier square cake has 6 different cakes all made in three (3) steps and decorated separately in beautiful colors like:( Silver, Gold, Pink, Cream, White, Green etc colours) with roses on top, one of these cakes has a white flower embroidery design around it’s body. In between these (6) six wedding cake is a smaller version of Tosan’s outstanding sugar craft work which made him a Guinness World Record holder the 28ft cake the tallest in Africa.

The top of this cake has the Nigerian coat of arms boldly ascribed to it and also two of the green, white, green Nigerian flag. This cake further showed our diversity in culture and what unites us as a continent. The 9th tier which is the last of the smaller version of the renowned Africa’s tallest cake, showcase various African flags and a globe at the middle which is very eminent at the middle.

There was also a boldly golden written inscription “TOSAN@50” below this tier of cake, is another cake that carries the front cover of the newly launched cookbook titled “Sugar Icing” the cover was attached in three places around the last square cake.

In conclusion, the cake was an embodiment of nourishment, sweetness, culture and an edifice that calls for a stir and admirable of all and sundry.

Tosan @ 50

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