- A young Nigerian man has taken to social media to narrate how he started his farming business
- The man with the Twitter handle @GidiDanAuta said he didn't wait till he had millions in his account before establishing himself
- The young farmer has advised Nigerians to take a bold step in starting from somewhere
A Nigerian with the Twitter handle @GidiDanAuta has taken to the social media platform to share his success story after acquiring farmland.
@GidiDanAuta, who is a fresh graduate and unemployed said he used his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) allowance to invest in rice farming.
According to the young man, he didn't wait to have it all before starting his agriculture business. He advised people not to wait till they have millions in their accounts before establishing their business.
In his words:
"I am a fresh graduate and unemployed. Me owning a farm was driven out of passion... Though it's capital intensive, I didn't wait to have it all b4 starting. Jst little funds saved from my 33k @officialnyscng allawee! Dnt waits until u gt millions, start with the little at hand."
Nigerians were impressed with the young man's success and they flooded his comment section with their thoughts.
"That's the spirit, may Allah bless it."
"Great man. Allah bless your hustle. You will be great. If you dont mind I would love to invest."
"May Almighty Allah save you from government bad policies Amin."
In other news, Emmanuel Nworie, a Nigerian man who resorted to petty cassava farming after graduating with a first-class in mathematics, has left the shores of the country for the United States.
A university in Texas is sponsoring the young man for his PhD after he was discovered by a Nigerian man named Michael Taiwo.
The disclosure was made on Twitter by Suraj Oyewale, who expressed gratitude to Taiwo for discovering the young man.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that one thing about a strong, determined, and focused black woman - she will always rise above the adversities around her. One such amazing woman is @RebeccaKwadi a female farmer and youth mentor.
Heading online, the beautiful and successful farmer shared some exciting news with her many followers - she and a few of her associates have just launched their very own brand of proudly South African maize meal.
"Launching new Kgora Maize Meal," she captioned the snaps of herself standing by the big bag of maize meal.
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