- A Nigeria mother who sells roasted plantain, popularly known as ‘Boli’ in the city of Portharcourt is now been celebrated for introducing Digital Technology into her business.
Grace Osadebe is a mother of four who sells roasted plantain in Porthahcourt with the use of digital technology. She began her bole business as a small scale entrepreneur in a small corner store but it has now become a big family business.
She was able to successfully send all her four children through the University with the profit she makes in her boli business. The children now joining their mother in business, use social media to help her advertise her products and introduce new varieties.
Listen to her recount how she started this fast-growing business of boli on this special day in Portharcourt where boli is celebrated called ‘Maleesky’ day, during her interview with BBC new below;
Meet Grace, the mother of 4 who is using digital technology to sell roasted plantain, popularly known as ‘Bole’ in Port Harcourt.
— #BBNaija Laila Ijeoma (@LailaIjeoma) August 24, 2019
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