Ramatu, who says she makes N200,000 in a day, has close to 70 workers doing the production and packaging.
While many would look down on local businesses and business owners, it appears a lot of them are actually making a whole lot of money. Katsina-based businesswoman, Ramatu is one of such ladies who is making a lot from her seemingly small business.
Ramatu who is a resident of Fadima village in Katsina, makes N1.4m weekly from producing and selling local sweets popularly known as Charbin Malam in the Hausa community.
The housewife who has no form of formal education is considered the most industrious and the largest creator of human labor in her local community.-based businesswoman, Ramatu is one of such ladies who is making a lot from her seemingly small business.
The housewife who has no form of formal education is considered the most industrious and the largest creator of human labor in her local community.
According to the details shared by an Instagram page identified as Almajira Aspire Initiative, her house is packed on the daily with over 70 workers processing and packaging Charbin Malam. Ramatu also revealed to them that she makes N200,000 on a daily basis.
“In an interview with Cliqq Magazine, she stated that she buys 13 bags of sugar daily at the cost of N13,500 for each bag. This means that Ramatu buys over 91 bags of sugar every week to run her business while she makes a profit of N1.4 million weekly from sales of local sweet (Charbin mallam) that is now being sold across the 34 local government areas in Katsina state and beyond.”
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