Abiro Wisdom Seidu Napaana, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Chef Abiro Victual Services is expected to hold a demonstration session with students of the Bolgatanga Girls Senior High School.
Chef Abiro who hails from Zuarungu in the Bolgatanga East District of the Upper East Region is breaking gender narratives enshrined within the northern sector while projecting the culture of the people of northern Ghana through his culinary skills.
He is doing this through his organisation, Victual Services. Recently, Chef Abiro was selected to lead young Ghanaian chefs for the Young Chefs African Culinary Cup in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Emirates.
As part of activities to encourage young individuals within the culinary space to pursue their passion and hone their skills, Chef Abiro is expected to hold a cooking demonstration session with the students of the Bolgatanga Girls Senior High School.
He made this known when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show with Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith.
“Next week Saturday, I would be having a programme at the Bolgatanga Girls’ with the Home Economics Department. I decided to do it because I realised that when you are even coming out of senior high school, you really do not know where you are going, you really may not know what you want to do.”
“For me, once you have someone to tell you what to do after the course you’ve taken, it gives you a blueprint as to how to decide the way your life should go.”
“This industry is a billion-dollar industry, you do not have to finish school and think have to do something small by the roadside, you can go bigger than that,” he said.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana