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My Pap Making Business Story. by Adieza(m): 1:10pm On Jul 25, 2020
My Hustle.

Talking about the word "entrepreneurship" is very big thing, not not as easy that you will type it out of your device. It comes with a lot of tasks and sacrifice.

Let me talk about Ogi(Pap) today. Pap is very common food in Africa, especially Nigeria. In many homes it's served as breakfast, due to that it's very easy to prepare.

Mum started it many years ago, but she does it in small quantity though. When I joined her in the business in 2017, there's already a huge bit of comfort, because we ground with an electric engine, which saves money (Fuel, Oil, servicing).
It is a kind of business, that you must have your markets, and it's lucrative. With little as N10,000-15,000. You can start the business.

Due to the large quantity we do produce, I spend roughly about 7-8 hours grinding.

.... about 1 hour to sieve. I own a grinding machine and it's an added advantage. After sieving off the chaff it can be recreated into cash, because of its widespread use in poultry and diary farming. A 100Kg bag goes for like 6-7,000 naira.

You soak the grains( maize and Guinea corn) in water for about 3-4 days to get the right texture for the grinding process.

If you're a youth and you're complaining of no work, you can take this up and keep yourself busy, if you can afford. My mum helps in selling after I have finished the production.

There's nothing too small to start, I'm looking forward in exporting pap one day, whereby I will have dehydrator and other necessary equipments.

It's never a thing of shame to hype your hustle, once it brings money and pays your bills.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by colintin(m): 6:54pm On Jul 27, 2020
Thumbs up. Pray for you growth and expansion in Jesus name. Amen

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by rokkies2001: 11:09pm On Jul 27, 2020
God will bless your hustle.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Tobimercy(f): 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Ok

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Slawormir: 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Isoright

Do not despise the days of your little beginning my nigggar..
Keep it up... don't give up....nor be stone you dey cook na Beans....very soon he go don...

And promise me one thing my nigggar.....any girl way nor dey loyal to you as you dey manage this pap huzzle so
Nor allow her sit down for front of your Benz once every where don bust for you
MyVILLAGEpeople:


Gee boy grin grin
What is gee boy..,..?
Show that work some respect... just say "bombing" or "street" or " huzzle"

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by dolafanta: 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Og
Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by ShitStain(m): 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Hustle legitimately and have peace of mind.
Kudus!

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by BlueOrange: 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Good

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Mogajunior(m): 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
Atleast we can see evidence of his hustle not someone who told us she sold some imaginary fish to buy a car.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by MyVILLAGEpeople(m): 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
God bless your hustle bro.

To everywhere hardworking guy on the streets, keep pushing.... One day we will hit the mulla big time. Na only time e go take. Just time.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by popsyleo1: 3:04pm On Aug 10, 2020
cheesy;
Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by apesinola001(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Nice one and keep it up

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by MiaBeer(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Nice

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by MyVILLAGEpeople(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Slawormir:
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Isoright

Gee boy grin grin

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Ekpekus(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Well done smiley
Keep grinding.. and God bless the works of your hands.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Laslaslala: 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
God bless his hustle

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by GboyegaD(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
God bless your hustle. You saw an avenue to increase your revenue and you utilized it.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by iamadonis2(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
I salute you Bro. You’ve nailed one of the hardest things in Entrepreneurship. Enthusiasm

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Bojack(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Kudos

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by LegendHero(m): 3:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
Hukizakuu:
Eka aro ologi yin De o. Like if you understand

I understand.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by paulolee(m): 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
good, see person wey i senior with 10yrs don dey stand him legs for ground and start life with pap business and making cool cash from it, and me i dey here jobless they hustle for first to comment on each post on f.p ....na wah for this kind life wey no balance oo

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by politicsng: 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
He should invest in upgrading his production environment

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Kendumazy(m): 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
Wow

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Nobody: 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
Nice one

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Bmaster(m): 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
Ok.
Aleast anything to survive on

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Handy007: 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
Hmmmmm
Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Nobody: 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
You're doing well. As much as I understand the value of entrepreneurship, I must say that Nigeria has failed it's youths. No thanks to corruption, factories, industries that could have provided lots of jobs for the masses were never built. Schools, institutions keep churning out thousands of youths with absolutely no idea of how to withstand the lack of jobs and find a way to survive. Even the available jobs is constantly being given to those with connection, as against skill.
Nigerians are the problem of Nigeria.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by Kittex7(m): 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
Parental upbringing(some) is one of our problems in Nigeria.
If you are a Tailor as a parent let your children know much about the work and train them in school
If you are a bricklayer. Let your male children know deep about the work and train them in school
What I meant by parental problems is the fact that some parents don't expose their children to the work that bring them daily bread in the family. Especially Yoruba parents. All they believe in is education then start using the yeye certificate to look for yeye job that does not exist anymore. Let's change our views. Well things have started changing now in 21st century. Our eyes are opening more more. See the young boy now I believe this was his mother business b4 he develops interest in it.

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Re: My Pap Making Business Story. by fourboys: 3:06pm On Aug 10, 2020
God bless ur hustle bro

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