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Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist starts fish farming to make ends meet (photos)

Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist starts fish farming to make ends meet (photos)

- A Nigerian who graduated as a lawyer has become a fish farmer

- The lawyer began the fish farming business to make a living

- He is also an human right activist

In a bid to show that he is not a lazy Nigerian man, a Nigerian lawyer has shared the story of how he became a fish farmer in an interview with Legit.ng. The lawyer identified himself as Prince Abraham.

The lawyer who told Legit.ng that he is also an human right advocate, stated his displeasure with a statement made by President Muhammadu Buhari that implied that Nigerian youths are lazy.

Abraham who was reacting to the statement, revealed that he began farming two years ago to make ends meet.

Fish framer

Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist starts fish farming to make ends meet

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He further told Legit.ng that he achieved all he did at the age of 32. He also revealed that he is a fish farmer married to a beautiful wife with children.

Fish framer

Nigerian lawyer becomes fish farmer to make ends meet

The 32-year-old who is from Delta state noted that he lives in Port-harcourt, Delta state, running his fash farming business which he named Rhodabrums farm.

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Fish framer

The fish farm is in Delta state

He said: "I'm married with a kid from delta state, I live in Port-harcourt. My fish farm is registered and named Rhodabrums farm."

Fish framer

Human rights activist starts fish farming to make ends meet

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