• A Nigerian Graduate, who pursued her education at Tai Solarin University of Education in Ijebu Ode, has embarked upon an entrepreneurial venture in the crayfish trade.
  • Ms. Akinjinrin Abisade Abigeal has established her business base in Uyo, where she adeptly caters to the piscatorial needs of her discerning clientele.
  • She expounded that the venture has proven financially rewarding, contingent upon the establishment of a substantial customer base.

A determined Nigerian graduate, Akinjinrin Abisade Abigeal who turned her dreams into crayfish reality.

Her educational journey led her to Tai Solarin University of Education in Ogun state.

Abigeal ventured into the crayfish trade, selling it in various amounts, from small to large quantities.

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University Graduates to Crayfish Queen

She joyfully promotes her crayfish business on TikTok, showcasing her passion and determination.

While crayfish has always been a part of her family’s trade, Abigeal officially joined in January 2023.

She emphasized the profitability of the business, particularly when you have a substantial customer base.

Social Media Reaction:

@oyekanusmanaminat said: “This crayfish is so neat. Weldon.”

@joyhammy said: “So you mean una no dey put am maggi? Why e come dey sweet?”

@_lhexhy commented: “So no any recipe for this thing and e go sweet. God dey cook o.”

@TraJan said: “At first I think say na spaghetti, omo hunger won finish me.”

@dee_chi reacted: “I first of all thought that it was cabbage and carrots.”

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