- A proud South African farmer recently headed online to celebrate investing in 40 hectares of farm land
- In the post, he explained that he is now looking for people to invest in his land and it has not been easy for him
- Many locals took to the comment section to congratulate him and share some messages of support and encouragement
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A young farmer with the Twitter handle, @new_shana recently headed to the popular app to share a heartwarming celebration post after he invested in 40 hectares of farmland - something he said he used blood, sweat, and tears to do.
In the highly inspirational and motivational post, the young man also explained that he is now working overtime to find people to invest in the property and this has definitely not been something easy.
He captioned some snaps of the beautiful farm:
"A 40-hectare investment ❤️Blood and Sweat!!! Going insane looking for investors Some investors pulling out midsession! This coming season we double our production! 100 hectares here we come!!! #FarmingWithShana."
Many supportive locals were soon in the comment section congratulating him and sharing various messages of support and encouragement with him. Read a few of their thoughtful messages below:
"I'll be lying if I say I'm not proud of you guys. I'm am super proud of you. I wish you all the best. You are proving a lot of people So wrong. I respect you. You deserve all you wish for... Ngiyanihlonipha and Ngiyanithanda."
"Black excellences. I am impressed. Please mentor us guys."
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."
Nyifamu said she thought of expanding her business and owning a farm since she had built relations and acquired a good number of customers.
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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