Renowned Nigerian chef, Hilda Baci, has debunked reports that she is charging N25,000 for people to observe her culinary skills in Abuja. The 27-year-old chef made the denial in a post on her Instagram page.
Reports had emerged that Hilda planned a ‘meet and greet’ session with her supporters in Abuja but the Akwa Ibom State born clarified that she did not ask anyone to pay such an amount of money.
“Hi everyone. This is to inform everyone that I’m not doing any meet and greet in Abuja. I would also never ask anyone to pay for such,” she wrote.
Hilda Baci has become a household name in Nigeria and beyond, thanks to her culinary skills. She recently made headlines after completing 100 hours of marathon cooking to surpass the previous Guinness World record set by an Indian chef, Lata Tondon.
The talented chef has also been featured on several local and international media platforms, including CNN, BBC, and Al Jazeera. She has also won several awards, including the 2019 Best Female Chef in Nigeria award.
Hilda’s passion for cooking started at a young age, and she has since honed her skills to become one of the most sought-after chefs in Nigeria. She has also inspired many young people, especially women, to pursue their dreams and passions, regardless of the challenges they may face.
The Nigerian culinary scene has been on the rise in recent years, with many talented chefs like Hilda Baci making a name for themselves both locally and internationally. The country’s rich cultural and culinary heritage has also contributed to the growth of the industry, attracting food enthusiasts from all over the world.
In addition to showcasing their culinary skills, Nigerian chefs are also using their platforms to promote the country’s diverse cuisines and cultures. This has helped to boost tourism and promote the country’s image globally.
As the culinary scene in Nigeria continues to grow, chefs like Hilda Baci will continue to play a vital role in shaping the industry and inspiring the next generation of culinary experts. With her talent, passion, and dedication, Hilda has undoubtedly cemented her place as one of the most celebrated chefs in Nigeria and beyond.