Podcasts Item 13: An African Food Podcast

Take Two with Naa Oyoo Kumodzi

Episode: 54

Take Two is our new mini-series, catching up with guests from previous seasons on what they’ve been up to since they were last on the show. 

This week, I chat with Naa Oyoo Kumodzi, lifestyle blogger, social media consultant, food blogger and entrepreneur. For full details on her background and work in food, tune in to Episode 4: Telling the Ghanaian Food Story with Naa Oyoo Kumodzi.

Find Naa Oyoo online:

Naa Oyoo on Instagram.

Essi’s Eatery on Instagram.

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