- A young lady has elatedly showcased the massive harvest she recently recorded on her farm
- The lady identified as Ideba Edu Ele was peeling the cassava alongside her mother due to the huge harvest
- Tweeps expressed delight at her hard work, with one advising her to consider being an exporter of garri
An excited young lady has taken to social media to share pictures of the bountiful harvest she made on her farm.
The Nigerian lady named Ideba Edu Ele - an indigene of Cross Rivers state - who farms for a living posted photos of the huge cassava harvest with the caption:
"Harvesting team still in the bush.
"Peeling committee on duty.
In the pictures she shared, other family members assisted in the peeling of the cassava.
A tweep suggested that she considers becoming an exporter of the finished product of the cassava, others hailed her hard work as a female farmer.
"Do you know you can be exporting this your garri?."
"God bless your work."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a local stunner with the handle, @Bongiwe__m headed to Twitter to celebrate finally being able to call herself a lawyer with some pretty awesome snaps of herself in her graduation getup.
There is not a feeling that comes close to the one that you have once you finally complete your studies and can finally call yourself qualified in whatever field you pursued. A young South African woman recently got to experience the amazing feeling.
In other news, there seems to be an unorganized shift among youths towards the occupation of farming. Samuel Ogbole engages in the cultivation business with an uncommon technique.
The young farmer, according to @NigeriaStories does his own farming in the air as against the norm of cultivating it on the earth's soil.
Showcasing some of his crops produces along with his picture, @NigeriaStories said he uses a method called aeroponics.
Their tweet reads:
"Meet Samson Ogbole the Nigerian farmer who grows crops in the air!!
"He is doing this using Aeroponics a process of growing plants in the air without the use of soil."
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