Metro Woman Marketplace: NicNax Granola (Part 2)
By Metro Woman
21 April 2018 | 11:55 am
Ejiro Jakpa is a seasoned entrepreneur with investments in real estate, ready to wear fashion and agriculture. However, she most known for her range of locally produced breakfast cereal, NicnaxGranola, which is the first NAFDAC approved locally produced granola in Nigeria.
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