- A Nigerian lady, Olajumoke Laditan, has taken pride in her farming business as she went on LinkedIn to narrate how it all began
- Olajumoke said the passion for agriculture started when she was a kid tending to her family's livestock
- Now a professional farmer, she revealed she registered her company which is also into the business of packaging snails
A young Nigerian lady, Olajumoke Laditan, has celebrated her farming profession, revealing that she is a farmer’s daughter.
In a LinkedIn post, she recalled that as a child, her family had poultry and their animal husbandry covered livestock like sheep, goats, fishes, and pigeons.
Olajumoke said she really loved tending to the animals except for fishes because she could not climb into their pond.
When she was 11 years old and took ill, her mom jokingly told her that her sickness was because she played with chickens so much.
Nurturing that childhood love for farming, Olajumoke was able to set her company called Gro2Star. A subsidiary of the outfit packages and markets snails for consumption.
Below are some of the reaction her post got as many were inspired by it:
Ibidunni Adefemi said:
"I love what you are doing sis."
"I’m so proud of you girl."
Olawale Bolade said:
"When I see a fellow farmer I am always excited. Weldon, more strength."
Aina Adeyemi said:
"Good one Champ."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian entrepreneur, Chimdi Ibeawuchi, revealed how she made N10 million shortly after her degree at the Caritas University in Enugu.
After school, she went into the cattle business, something which took her to Gumel, Katagun, Azare, and Pastikum among other places.
In a Twitter post on Saturday, October 11, she said she loaded 11 trucks with 34 cows and transported them to Port Harcourt, Bayelsa, and Delta.
She cashed into the post-election moment when politicians were giving out cows as gifts to their constituents and party stalwarts.
During that era, she was able to sell many cows with just 19 mortality rates. She, however, hit a huge loss in 2012 when she took a business move prematurely.
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