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Thank you so much for listening to the very first episode of the Nigerian Food Network podcast. I appreciate you taking the time to join us in this quest. I am Omoruyi Otalor. I am the food blogger behind evbare.com and the content creator and CEO of Nigerian Food Network dot com. It actually means food in my traditional dialect. And I'm also a serial entrepreneur, creating successful online businesses for over eight years. I run a few blogs and lifestyle blogs and I know what it takes to create and manage successful business. My passion, however, is Nigerian food and how it relates to the culture and its people. My goal for Nigerian Food Network is to create a platform where Nigerians can express themselves, share their story, and provide value for the benefits of uplifting every Nigerian and the world of Nigerian food. Nigerian Food Network is created to highlight Nigerian food and its people and culture. This podcast is a branch of the Nigerian Food Network alongside YouTube, Facebook, clubhouse, and other relevant social media, where we continue to promote all that Nigerian food has to offer. In this podcast, we will be having conversations with Nigerian food professionals, entrepreneurs, chefs, and everyone that has made contribution to the Nigerian food culture. This podcast caters more for all of us with Nigerian food ambitions.
So if you are looking to become an entrepreneur, chef, business owner or just love to get more insight into Nigerian food, you will get lots of tips, value, and guide from those that are already where you want to be. As a food blogger, I know how difficult it can be to get valuable information needed to continue to grow my blog here. We have assets to professionals that relate to your area of information seeking with no holding back on helpful information. Upcoming, we have interviews and conversations with restaurant owners, chefs, food bloggers, celebrities that have relations to Nigerian food, and everyday home cooks with a story to tell. Episodes will be available every Tuesday and Thursday with conversation-based interviews and some solo shows sprinkled in. So we invite you to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review because this will be so helpful and boost the podcast, which will help us to continue to bring celebrity guests and professionals, which in turn brings us value in everyday episodes. Thank you once again and I will see you in the next episode. Have a lovely day and go cook and share a meal with family and friends or someone that might just need something to eat. God bless.
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