Nigerian businesswoman claims she made N1bn in 2022 selling Kuli Kuli, targets N2bn in 2023.
A Nigerian businesswoman, Angela Job Emodiae has claimed she made sales of about N1 billion in 2022 selling local spiced groundnut cake called Kuli Kuli.
Emodiae who is based in Jos, Plateau state with the business name: Anjees Food, also said she is targeting more than N2 billion in 2023
The revelation which has got internet users talking was made known through her Facebook page on Saturday, January 7, 2023.
She said her main clients are Nigerians who live abroad who order the product online and she sends it to them via freight services.
Emodiae said she has not begun exporting the product yet but just makes sales on social media, especially Facebook.
According to receipts and WhatsApp chats posted on her page, Emodiae showed how customers paid her for her services.
In one of the chats, she said her biggest clients are Nigerians living abroad. In one instance, the self-styled owner of Anjees Foods showed about N1 million credited to her account which she claims came from a satisfied customer.
She said she supplies the products to wealthy clients who buy in dozens, adding that she has a lot of staff who make her work easy and helps her distribute the product to clients.
The Jos Plateau Stae resident said she also sells Peanut burgers alongside her Kuli Kuli business.
But Internet users have faulted Emodiae’s claims saying that such claims are spurious and unrealistic in today’s Nigeria and economy.
Adichie Chuks said; “If Nigerians can believe that Tinubu APC can deliver them from Buhari APC, there’s NOTHING they cannot believe. “Even if she tells Nigerians that she made N1 trillion naira in sales in 1 month, there are millions of Nigerians that will defend her with their blood.” They called her claims a publicity stunt and attention-seeking.”
Hamidu Yakubu wrote; “When I recaptured my conscience I quickly notice that Nigeria’s problems is not only on leadership …. If Nigerians can change leaders one hundred times nothing can change unless we (followers) change our attitudes therefore Nigeria’s problems are not only on leaders but followers.”
However, on his part, Jenije Oghenegweke Ib said; “God can make you rich with anything he just say be and it will.”