PHOTO: See Where Osinbajo Ate Lunch On Friday
The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo had his launch on Friday at an unusual place.
It was not a food prepared by chefs at Aso Rock or those at one of those top restaurants in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city.
But in Ondo State, in south-west Nigeria.
Professor Osinbajo had visited the state for the MSME Clinic and and also made out time to visit Alagbaka Estate Primary School where he taught some pupils.
It was an exciting moment for the Vice President who sheared his experience in tweets on his Twitter page.
"I used to be a University Lecturer, but I can tell you, there is something special about reading to and teaching children. I was blown away with how clever the Primary 3 pupils of Alagbaka Estate Primary School were.
"Feel like such a proud father," he stated.
He was accompanied by the Governor of the State, Mr Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.
After spending time with the children it was launch time and the Vice President shared from the children's food.
Professor Osinbajo and the pupils were served rice in a stainless plate with the Governor also enjoying the meal that had a banana added to it.
After eating the food, the Vice President highlighted that it was a nice one for him.
"After teaching, naturally it is lunch time. The kids and I are eating lunch prepared by the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme cooks in Ondo. I must confess the meal is tasty.
"Teaching has always been one of my favourite things to do. It was even more spectacular teaching the pupils this morning. I read the English/Comprehension passage from one of the many resources on the N-Power device," the Vice President stressed.
Earlier, a Primary 6 pupil, Emmanuel Ani, showed Professor Osinbajo a pencil painting of him.
"Today has been such an interesting day for me. I walked into a class and Emmanuel Ani, a pupil of Primary 6 had drawn this and put up on the wall.
"I feel so honoured and I am confident his talent will take him places far beyond what he can imagine," the professor of law said.
Explaining the function of the N-Power device he read from, the Vice President said it had been pre-loaded with over one million resources from Learn Africa, Google, Cisco and so much more.
"It was amazing to read Dibia and the Zebra crossing to pupils from the N-Power device specifically Learn Africa's Pupils' Book 3."
Also commenting on the school feeding programme, he said: "As parents, we are always concerned about the feeding and nutrition of our children. With the NHGSFP, we insist our children are fed at least once a day with nutritious meals.
"I understand 35 new pupils have joined this school in the last 10 days. Feeding brings our kids to school".