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CHEF STONE

April 01, 2019

 

 

What country were you educated in:

I went to school in Nigeria, the United Kingdom and the United States respectively

What makes your country special :

What makes Nigeria special is its citizens. Despite being plagued by the series of corruption and bad governance, the citizens have this zeal in them to be great inspite of these challenges.

 

What is your favourite city and why:

My favourite city has got to be Los Angeles. 

 

Where is your favourite place to hang out in your city:

My favourite place to hang out would have to be my culinary school. I’m a workaholic

What is your favourite restaurant in your city:

Argungu. They have beautiful sea food.

What is your favourite gallery in your city: 

Terra Kulture in Lagos.

Tell us about your favourite African travel destination:

Zanzibar, Tanzania. It’s a beautiful country with a lovely scenery and a wide array of so many different spices in the markets.

Have any books (plays or films) changed your life:

The grand tour. Beautiful show and I hope they never stop airing it.

Who would you invite to your dream dinner party (dead or alive): 

Michael Jackson

Who is your style icon:

I am my style icon.

What item of clothing do you wear the most:

Jeans 

Tell us about your most extravagant fashion purchase:

An Audemars Piguet  watch 

What single thing would improve the quality of your life: 

A functioning working government in Nigeria 

What are your guilty pleasures:

I have a sweet tooth and that’s that on that

What makes Africa special to you: 

It has so much potential to be ahead of the world and I’m just waiting on it while also putting in work the best way I know how. 

If you were the [President, Leader, Prime Minister ] of your country for the day what would you do: 

Electricity is first on the list! Electricity supply for all.

Which living person do you most admire :

Jamie Oliver 

Where do you see your country in 10 years time:

Hopefully bigger and better because it’s a mess right now. 

How is technology changing your country :

In the education aspect, people learn most of the things they know and even become experts at it by researching the internet. It’s beautiful to see people get first hand knowledge off the internet. 

Tell us about your favourite charity, what work do they carry out:

My favourite charity foundation is the visit a hospital foundation. It’s mission is to help the underprivileged with their medical bills and save lives one breath at a time. Visitahospitalfoundation.org

 

 

Why does the T I A project appeal to you :

The TIA project is a beautiful project encouraging the recognition of Africa as a whole while also helping in ways that other people might deem worthy of emulation. An inspiration to the youths, home and abroad.

 


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