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The Guardian Dreamers & Doers: Gina Ehikodi (Foodies and Spice)

By Guardian Exclusive
07 December 2020   |   12:16 pm
The initial idea when Foodies and Spice started was to have a big television show modelled after the likes of Oprah Winfrey show, but Gina Ehikodi Ojo soon realized it was going to be quite an expensive venture to launch into. Undeterred by the hurdles, she opted for an easier format because of her love for cooking.

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