You can’t say you’ve been to Nigeria if you never tried their suya. It is any meat covered in a mixture of ground nuts and spices like paprika, chili, garlic, ginger, onion, etc.
I prefer chicken suya, especially when served hot during Nigerian Culture Day and the school fair. But beef suya is more readily available, sold by mai-suya (people who prepare the suya) around school. Although this Nigerian version of shish kebab is considered a snack, I usually enjoy it with lots of rice and the occasional Coke or beer.