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71-year-old Gogo's massive African pumpkins can feed a village

71-year-old Gogo's massive African pumpkins can feed a village

- Gogo Nwa-mdunwazi Gudu has been a farmer for over 40 years

- She grows African pumpkins and prepares a local delicacy called tshopi with them

- She then sells tshopi to locals and tourists for a living

A 71-year-old gogo from Maluleke village in Limpopo grows massive African pumpkins that can feed her entire village.

Nwa-mdunwazi Gudu has been a farmer for over 40 years, reports Daily Sun. Besides pumpkins, she also grows and sells cabbages, tomatoes, spinach, and onions.

Legit.ng learned that she makes a local delicacy known as tshopi using her pumpkins. She then sells the meal to locals as well as tourists visiting the nearby Kruger National Park.

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Gogo Nwa-mdunwazi Gudu has been a farmer for over 40 years. Source: Daily Sun/Mzamani Mathye

Gogo Nwa-mdunwazi Gudu has been a farmer for over 40 years. Source: Daily Sun/Mzamani Mathye

Prices for her pumpkins range from R10 to R50 each, which is approximately N230 to N1,170. Not only do they keep her healthy , they also earn her a comfortable living.

Gogo Nwa-mdunwazi expressed pride in the fact that her clients come from near as well as faraway villages.

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One of her clients identified as Mamayila Chauke, praised her. She said:

"We used to travel long distances to buy pumpkins and vegetables, but now we walk only a few metres to Nwa-mdunwazi’s farm to buy enough vegetables to feed the whole family."

The enthusiastic Gogo Nwa-mdunwazi is not showing signs of slowing down any time soon and clearly draws delight from her farming.

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According to the pretty pilot, sourcing for sponsorship was a Herculean task. According to her post, only two companies responded after she applied to 100 sponsors.

She wrote: "I applied for 100+ pilot training sponsors. Only 2 companies were interested. One pulled through with 80k. Almost got arrested trying to raise funds for flying. God saw my hustle and blessed me with 4 other sponsors. Just wanted to share this with anyone who feels like giving up."

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Source: Legit.ng

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