- When rural dwellers were asked to name what they needed from an aide to Governor Umar Ganduje of Kano state, a man identified as Mudi said he wanted donkeys
- Mudi said he needed the donkeys to assist him in his day to day activities which include tilling his farmland and transporting goods to and from the farm
- Murtala Gwarmai, the senior special assistant to the governor on youth development, empowered rural dwellers in the state with different items
A Nigerian man in Kano simply identified as Mudi was given donkeys by an aide to Governor Adullahi Ganduje, Murtala Gwarmai.
In a report by Vanguard, Mudi said he requested for the donkeys when Gwarmai asked rural dwellers to list what they wanted.
Legit.ng notes that the beneficiary said he uses the donkeys to till his farmland and transport goods to and from the farm.
According to Mudi, donkeys are very precious these days because they are facing extinction as a result of massive exportation to China.
“I use the multi-task beast during the farming season to till land and transport goods to and from the farm.
“During the dry season when I engage in labour activities, I use it to transport sand, blocks and rocks from one point to another."
Gwarmai, who is the senior special assistant to the governor on youth development, also distributed motorcycles, bicycles, among others, to empower rural dwellers in the state.
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, some residents of Lagos could be seen in a video riding horses around the state following the ban of Okada.
The video was shared on Twitter by a user simply identified as Ayemojubar.
Ayemojubar joked about the horses becoming a transport service that could be ordered. The social media user said the service would also have an app that could be downloaded online.
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