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Jevinik Tops Food Catering Business in Nigeria: Social media Hangout Abuja Confirms

The Jevinik brand has come of age! That was on my thought as I walked into their Wuse 2 Abuja restaurant on Saturday, August 27.
It was to have dinner and chat with social media influencers as hosted by Jevinik. I settled for pounded yam and egusi soup which I ate with relish.

The experience has left me typing this now by 1.46am Nigerian time, and I so want to have another Jevinik dish.

Check out those who made my #JevinikExperience even more unforgettable in the pictures.
Who do you recognise?
Enobong Inyang of Engage Entertainment, Deka of Diary of an Abuja mom's blog, writer Eketi Edima, Phil Roberts, Jecinta Keshy, Chukwuemeka Okereafor, Film maker Charles Novia, Cynthia Anaele, Dotun Roy, Unachi Sunday and celebrity gospel artist, Faith Yebo was also there and snapped these crisp pictures. 

It was really a dinner date not to forget, thanks to Jevinik. The Social media hangout holds monthly in Abuja with different brands.
Your business could be next. Ask me about it!  


Ediyefunk said…
Jevinik is totally classic!! One of the best restaurants to open in Nigeria. I remember when she began in Calabar. From pastries at her door step to starting the restaurant. She is an impressive business woman and you should totally seek her out for an interview. She's the classic case of perseverance and hard work

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