- A Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as @oluwafunmillion has proven that people can achieve whatever they set out to achieve if they believe in themselves and work towards it
- @oluwafunmillion flaunted the sweet corn farm she set up during the dry season as she shared photos
- Tweeps flooded her comment section with congratulatory messages
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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @oluwafunmillion has shown that impossibility should never exist in the lexicon of anyone who intends to succeed.
The young lady said she was able to plant sweet corn during the dry season despite the fact that people in the community where her farm is located felt it was impossible.
According to @oluwafunmillion, she had to improvise when the person that would be in charge of irrigation didn't turn up.
In her words:
"When I wanted to plant this sweetcorn, the people in this community where looking at the magic i was trying to perform in dry season. My irrigation person messed me up, I improvised and got dirty and here we are today. Everyone is telling me well done, I came prepared."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the lady's post to congratulate her.
"Impressed. Good job. I am looking forward to similar success story in my Rice farm."
"God bless you. I will join soon In Sha Allah. The Northern food blockade has provoked me."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, 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.
"We started from 50 birds and then 70, 100 and 120 birds over time."
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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