- A Nigerian man, Amtai Abdullahi Ali, is getting ready to make a big take from cow rearing and has made an investment for that purpose
- Amtai said that to make sure he rears the animals with a close-grazing method, he bought a parcel of land
- When he said his cows will become very expensive soon, Nigerians said they do not mind
Amtai Abdullahi Ali, a former aide to the Gombe state government, has showcased the venture he just went into to increase his wealth.
In a tweet on Tuesday, February 9, the man said he bought a large piece of land for his cows and will feed them within it.
Amtai added that they will soon be very expensive going by how much he has invested in taking care of them.
Sharing four photos on the platform, the man posed with the cows as he fed them. His tweet has stirred conversations on entrepreneurship.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered over 14,000 likes with more than 4,000 retweets.
Below are some of the reactions:
"You're a real outlier in this country right now. See cow like bull. You're doing well, mehn."
"That's good. But what about rain and sunshine. How do you protect the nice cows from these?"
"This is how it should be done...person go carry koboko dey flog innocent cow from kaduna reach port harcourt, how e go get sense?"
"Amtai sebi I been beg you that time make you come Okija make I give you land you no gree."
"When we dey buy cars na cow we no fit buy? I like you initiative too. No need to stress the cows flogging from Kano to Ilorin e good?"
"This is expensive approach of cattle farming. Growing your grass is very essential so that your feed will just be supplementary."
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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.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books.