Meet Vallery Seanego, a farmer not afraid to get her hands dirty

Meet Vallery Seanego, a farmer not afraid to get her hands dirty

- A Limpopo woman is gaining recognition after pictures of her and her farm went viral

- In a post uploaded to Twitter, @BlessingsRamoba promoted 31-year-old Vallery Seanego

- The Twitter post has gained over 700 likes and message replies to Vallery keep rolling in

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In two separate posts, one of which has gone viral, Vallery Seanego has made her way into the hearts of South Africans. The 31-year-old is a farmer based in Limpopo who is definitely not afraid to get her hands dirty - manicure or not!

Vallery's original post was uploaded in 2018, captioned:

"I am my father's daughter. Those who know him will understand, manala."

Another post about her, with different pictures but the same message, was posted to Twitter by @BlessingsRamoba last week. @BlessingsRamoba's post describing Vallery's work and her produce has gained over 700 likes and almost 200 retweets since it was uploaded.

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Vallery Seanego is a hardworking farmer who is not afraid to get her hands dirty. Source: @BlessingsRamoba / Twitter and Vallery MamaAtli Seanego / Facebook
Source: Twitter

Vallery grows all sorts of vegetables and owns 10 hectares of land. She is truly an inspiration to many out there. Here's what some Tweeps had to say about this amazing woman:

@Mariajvanwaas1 wrote:

"Well done lady, great example you are. Wishing you all the success. Hard work and dedication always brings you to the top."

@ChakwawaBridget replied with:

"Young, gifted, be blessed sisi. That cabbage is needed all over the world, even in Singapore one can’t find it."

In other news about women making waves, recently reported on a woman who's pap-making skills have left her fellow netizens in complete awe. Twitter user @LaMaangani recently posted a short clip of a woman sitting dangerously close to the pot, using a large wooden spoon to effortlessly mix her pap that was cooking furiously over a flaming fire. Saffa tweeps were left stunned.

While many users were left simply shook by the skill, others asked for some advice as to how they too can obtain such pap-making talent.

@MpHoTaNt16 said:

"This is a rare skill that I do not possess unfortunately."

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