- A young farmer took to Twitter to share pictures of his first harvest
- In the post, he is sitting proudly among his fresh produce which consists of lettuce and other veggies
- Twitter users were left highly impressed, sharing a number of supportive messages beneath the post
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A young man named As_Ncgobo on Twitter recently inspired thousands of youngsters and South African hopefuls. He recently took to his Twitter page to share pictures of his beautiful farm and first-ever harvest.
In his highly motivational post, As_Ncgobo shares pictures of the freshly-grown lettuce, himself surrounded by the harvest and some of his beautiful and well-kept farm. He excitedly captioned the inspiring Twitter post:
"I can’t wait to package this for the first time... #YoungAndFarming #YoungAndHappy."
Twitter users and aspiring farmers and business people were very impressed by the man's hustle, sparing no time to get to the comments section congratulating him, sharing business proposals and asking the young farmer for a little bit of farming and business advice.
Read some of their interesting comments below.
"As the youth of South Africa we need to learn from you."
"We are all here watching and learning from your income streams."
"Congratulations on your achievements, keep it up broer, South Africa needs young farmers like yourself, big ups."
"Clean and fresh. This looks beautiful. All the best."
While @AdamChimsi said:
"That is a good job my dear, please continue to farm more so we can all feed on #keepupthegoodwork."
Briefly.co.za previously reported it is honestly a great time for Mzansi youths. The past few weeks have seen a surge in social media posts of houses, cars, and businesses owned by proud young South Africans. Another one making us proud is Oscar Magud.
The young man recently took to Twitter to share two important pictures - with the caption flex to match. The first picture is of himself, in which he can be seen smiling broadly. The next picture, which is of the trucks he owns, explains the reason behind his smile. We'd be smiling too if we were truck owners.
The awe-inspiring post was captioned, "The man and the legacy," which implies that the success brought on from the trucks will become Oscar's legacy - certainly a serious and motivational flex. Especially during these uncertain times.
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