The hospitality and tourism sector of the Ghanaian economy has seen a surge in patronage since the launch of the Year of Return program. The number of students in this field of study have steady increased over the past few years.
The University of Cape Coast’s Department of Hospitality, in a bid to ignite the self-made income earners spirit in its members has seen to the conduct of the Entrepreneurship Project. The project is a step further ahead of an initial inclusion of an Entrepreneurship Course for students within the department.
The Entrepreneurship Project saw students been grouped into fives and given a chance to draw up a business and defend their viability of their proposed business ventures. After a three-month period of intense head-to-head presentations and defence, Momo’s cuisine, a brainchild of Miss Ametor Josephine, Miss Oye Comfort, Miss Danquah Georgina, Miss Ihaneacho Amarachukwu and Mr. Amoah Joseph was adjudged the most viable entrepreneurial project.
According to the group, Momo’s Cuisine’s main objective is “bridging the gap of students going through stress to have their meals prepared”. The business has been given the go-ahead with backing from the Department of Hospitality. For enquiries and orders, you can contact Momo’s Cuisine on +233 (0) 50 486 2651.