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But in his heart, he could feel revolt stirring.
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I stood there helpless, telling the man it was ogbono and he looked at me, plainly thinking, 'What language is this guy talking in? The bags were confiscated once again but this time it led to something positive. That is how Afro Foods, a food manufacturing and processing company, was born in Nigerian capital Abuja in , going into business four years later after a painstaking research on the market demand.
Taking this plunge was not difficult since Bawa had already cut his teeth on entrepreneurship in Though both his grandfather and father had been astute businessmen with a flourishing family business of construction and general trading, Bawa had initially experimented with a civil service career, working as an accountant at the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, an institution of Federal Government of Nigeria.
But after 12 years, a growing conviction that he was not cut out for a salaried job made him quit and found his own building and civil engineering company, Afro Dimension, subsequently branching out into real estate and manufacturing. Afro Foods is a little different since it has a mission: to spread and strengthen African food culture worldwide. Bawa's vision is to see Afro Foods "not only on the kitchen shelves of every household in Africa but in grocery stores across China, Wal-Mart in the United States, on the shelves of Tesco, Sainsbury and Asda in the UK and across the world.
The company processes organic ingredients integral to African cuisine, like cassava, cowpea, bean flour, fonio, yam flour and peeled beans.
phon-er.com/js/nokia/uc-browser-for-java-mobile-jar-file.php Most of the product ideas, he says, came from observing, asking questions, and once again, from personal experience. There's another anecdote. One day, while in the office, Bawa had a craving for moin-moin, a Nigerian delicacy made of peeled beans, also known as beans pudding. He rang up his wife and said he was coming home to eat it but in his heart, he knew it was impossible as it would take hours to wash and soak the beans and get the ingredients ready.
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