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Nigerian Male Chef, Gbugbemi Fregene Is Proof That Some Men Can Cook Better Than Women

Gbugbemi Fregene was born in Abeokuta where he attended Olashore school in Osun before heading to Covenant University. He graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations and Human Management.

Nigerian Male Chef, Gbugbemi Fregene Is Proof That Some Men Can Cook Better Than Women

Gbugbemi Fregene who is popularly known as Chef Fregs, is undoubtedly the best chef in Nigeria with his glamorous expertise in French and Nigerian cuisine. He has a passion for creative display of sweet tasting food, this passion and zeal drove him to Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Paris to further master the art of cookery.

Chef Fregs started in humbling beginnings as a suya seller, he emphasized that through hard work, being nice to people, seeking knowledge and producing quality over quantity, he achieved success.

In an interview he granted to The Punch newspaper, he stated:

“The food business is very lucrative. Like any business, it has potential. Even in a business where you are making N100m a year, sometimes it is still not enough because your profit margin needs to grow as a business. Right now, I’m at a level where there is still more to be done but we are growing financially. Like in any venture, you have to get your business mix right so that you are truly a success story.”

Currently Chef Fregs has established himself in the Nigerian culinary industry, attending culinary events such as Knorr Taste Quest and coping handsome endorsement deals.



Chef Fregs is married to Nigerian actress, Lala Akindoju

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