For serial entrepreneur, Akanbi Chizaram Elvina taking big steps and staying true to them have become a part of her daily life. With interests in different sectors of the economy, Elvina has stepped into catering business with the floating of what she called Owambe Restaurant in Lekki, Lagos State.
Sharing her experience on why she is putting up this business; she said cooking has always been a passion for as long as she could remember, recalling how she cooked for friends and colleagues, adding that she would add spices, organised dishes and ensure that everybody was well fed.
Speaking further, she reiterated that visiting a local Amala joint inspired her to believe that one day she will set up hers. Sharing her visit she said “just at the sight of the Amala , the conviction that I need hit me and I knew I had entered the right place. You know how you can already tell how the food is going to taste even before you are served, how your mind is telling you, that one plate is not going to be enough and you need to keep going at it, this was exactly how I felt and when I was eventually served, I ate till I was full and satisfied, taking note that asides how good the food was , but the money spent was worth every penny”.
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