Strictly Business #4: Loretta Mpame One Ntui

Loretta Mpame Oneke Ntui // Activist, business & brand consultant, nonprofit and community developer expert, entrepreneur and single mother.

I am Lorretta from Cameroon, West Africa. I am a Human Rights, and Anti-Racism Activist, Business and Brand Consultant, Nonprofit and Community Developer Expert, an Entrepreneur and a Single Mother. 

In 2019, I moved to Berlin, Germany to start a new life Journey. I was motivated to start a Small business so as to contribute to the society especially the Black Community.

Recently I started two small businesses in Berlin, which are “MamaKellen” and “House of African Fabrics”.

MamaKellen is an African Food Catering, that serves and gives you the great taste of African foods here in Germany. All our ingredients are organic and also from Africa, you don’t need to go to Africa before you can have authentic African food. Additionally, we are offering cooking classes. 

House of African Fabrics is an online shop, where you can find and buy beautiful, quality fabrics (African prints, Ankara, wrappers, traditional wear etc) and also handmade crafts like bags, waist Beads and much more. 

Further More it is very important for me to contribute to the Black Community, which encouraged me to start “The Black Family Dinner” where Black people can come together and share ideas, experiences, problems, work on collaborative solutions and especially celebrate each other, while having some delicious Dinner. 

I would love to work, and collaborate with other WoCs in supporting each other in our business endeavors.

Follow Lorretta on Instagram @houseofafricanfabrics &
@mamakellen and let her introduce you to the taste and beauty of Africa.


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BIWOC* Rising is the first intersectional co-working space & social club in Berlin and Germany. This safer space is exclusively for women, trans, inter and non-binary people who identify as Black, indigenous or of Colour! Through training programs, empowerment workshops, and a work-desk in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg, BIWOC* Rising is creating a new working culture – a working culture that transcends the white, homogenous, capitalist one that has been a core driver of gentrification and marginalization in Berlin.