- A South African man left social media users in stitches after he held a meeting with his animals
- In the video uploaded on Twitter, the man was heard explaining to the goats that he would be buying their food shortly
- Tweeps reacted to the hilarious video with memes and funny replies on the thread
A South African man has left the country in stitches after a video of him having a conversation with his livestock went viral.
The video was uploaded on Twitter by Cherrol Ngobese on Wednesday, September 2, and it gained a lot of reactions.
The animals were gathered at the front of the man's compound like a group of men waiting to see their favourite speaker.
The man stood in front of them and calmly spoke with the animals like they were mates.
He addressed his 'crowd' and assured them that food would soon be served if only they decided to stay calm.
The man acknowledged he arrived home late the previous night and failed to bring maize for his animals as a result.
"We are in a meeting now. I called this meeting to let you guys know I do not have your maize yet. I came home late yesterday and I could not buy it. I am going to head to Stanger (north of Durban) now to buy some for you guys. I hope you understand," he said.
In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Nyifamu Ogechi Manzo inspired people on social media with her success story a year after investing in poultry farming.
Sharing her story on Twitter, Nyifamu said she started poultry farming in a spare room her dad allowed her and her brother to use.
She wrote: "We started from 50 birds and then 70, 100 and 120 birds over time." Nyifamu said she thought of expanding her business and owning a farm since she had built relations and acquired a good number of customers."
The young lady said she made her costing for 800 birds capacity pen.
She wrote: "January 1st, I made a post on my WhatsApp status asking for investment with interest in 6 months for expansion of my poultry farm and in 11days friends and family showed up for me with over a million naira."
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