This young business guru started her business when she clocked 8 and is now known as the CEO/Founder of Sammy Special, a food company that is set up to produce pancakes and doughnuts.
She explained that she was motivated to venture into this because of her family members carving for the snacks.
Samantha donated more than 100 Pancakes at the 2018 Kidprenuer Conference that was held in Lagos, Nigeria, which was her own little way of giving back to the society that made her.
Samantha is also a brilliant kid educationally as she has represented her school in more than three competitions in which she won every single one, including the cooking and spelling competition.
Her business is run on well-scripted business proposals that make it straightforward for her to handle without affecting her schooling.
In an interview with schools channels, it was reliably gathered that her passion for creativity in the kitchen together with her aunt’s counsel was what led to the creation of her company.
Averagely, she rakes in up to #5000 on her pancake and doughnut business.
On average, she makes N5000 on the sales of her pancakes and doughnut.
Samantha advised the youths to follow their heart and never give up in anything they love.
Apart from cooking, Samantha, other hobbies are reading and ballet dancing.
She is in the frame to win a grand prize of #100,000 and a laptop alongside other nine finalists in the ‘Nina and friends ‘Nigeria of my dreams challenge.’
All the best in your latest exploit, Samantha.
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