Nasiru Usman: Farmer says he made N1m from rice, cassava in 1 year

Nasiru Usman: Farmer says he made N1m from rice, cassava in 1 year

- Nasiru Usman, a 29-year-old Nigerian man from Zamfara, says he has been able to save about N1 million from his farming business in one year

- The farmer who is based in Ogun state says agriculture is lucrative and he calls on Nigerian youths to embrace it

- The young man has proven that Nigerian youths are not lazy as his rice and plantations are doing perfectly well

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A 29-year-old Nigerian man identified as Nasiru Usman has narrated how he was able to save about N1 million from his farming business in one year.

The farmer from Zamfara who is based in Ogun state made the disclosure in an interview with Legit TV, in which he said he aims to become of the biggest farmers in Nigeria.

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The young man, who has rice and cassava plantations in Ogun state, said he plans to increase the hectares of land he uses in farming.

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Nasiru Usman has been able to save N1 million from his farming business in one year.
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Usman called on the youths to embrace agriculture, which he said would reduce the unemployment rate and increase the country's GDP.

Speaking on his relationship status, Usman said he is single because he is not ready to spend money on any lady, adding that he prefers to invest the money on his farm.

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In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Nyifamu Ogechi Manzo has 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.

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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.

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