Charlyboy Storms Alaowerri, Endorses Igbo Entrepreneurship

Charlyboy Storms Alaowerri, Endorses Igbo Entrepreneurship
Chief Better Ekeh and Charly Boy
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Popular Musician, activist and public figure, Oputa Charles who is famously known as ‘Charlyboy or Areafada’ has fully endorsed the popular restaurant and hang out spot, Alaowerri Restaurant situated at 129 New Cross Road, London.

He was at the popular Alaowerri Restaurant on Sunday with his entourage and the videos and photos which emanated from the small gathering hosted by the restaurant’s CEO, Chief Better Ekeh showed that they had a very wonderful time to themselves thanks to the top-quality, five-star services which are being rendered by the Staff and management of Alaowerri Restaurant.

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The celebrity who spoke highly of his time at the restaurant praised the management for their well-synchronised service methods. He also praised the Igbo entrepreneurship system while making it clear that this is a system that needs to be emulated by every tribe and nationality if they want to be prosperous in all their economic activities.

‘The Igbos are one of the masters of Entrepreneurship because they have mastered the act and craft of Entrepreneurship.’
‘Alaowerri Restaurant is a proof of this and when people ask what the secret of their success is, the secret is not far from the super ingredient which is Igbo entreprenership.’

Alaowerri restaurant offers a lot of local cuisines like soups, pastes and stews for Africans looking for a ‘taste of home’. They also offer other intercontinental dishes such as different assorted rice dishes and pepper soup dishes with quality wines and drinks from all over the world to wash it down They have been known to be professional private events caterers and their services include weddings, business lunches, dinners.

 

 

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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