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CEO: Akamu is Such a Big Deal - Ijeoma Ndukwe-Egwuronu of Bubez Food Proves

I woke up today and thought of this great brand, the Bubez Foods and their CEO, so i quickly used this picture of her from instagram and people have been inspired. She boldly wrote on it "I sell pap for a living, what's your excuse?', one of our followers have particularly connected with the CEO since she saw her picture on my timeline.

Why? 

She dared to be different and made a brand out of a food we see as more low class than a thriving business. 


Her name is Ijeoma Ndukwu Egwuronu and she used to own a boutique in Abuja before she quit and started making pap few years ago.

I came in contact with her brand during a fitness walk with Kate Henshaw in Abuja where the pap were given to us for free. It is always a delight tasting pap in different flavours and nutrient compositions. 

She will be live in an interview on this blog soon. Watch out!

Go ahead and celebrate her.


Comments

udblacky said…
That's the spirit you need to have to become successful in any business you choose to do in life#nevermindwhatpplesayorthink#

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