- Hadiza Isma El-Rufai, wife of the governor of Kaduna state, has demonstrated that farming is not only a thing for the ordinary Nigerian
- In a recent Twitter post, she shared pictures from her livestock farms with a cryptic message
- Nigerians tried to decipher the meaning of the message, with some showcasing the type of farming they were into
The wife of Kaduna state governor Hadiza Isma El-Rufai has caused an uproar on social media as she shared pictures from her poultry and cow farms.
Hadiza while showing off on Twitter with pride made a cryptic message.
"At my farm today. Anyone thinking of ********** me should not bother. The man has already warned me that he will not pay any ******"
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Nigerians flooded her comment section as they reacted, expressing diverse thoughts to her tweet. Some tried to decode the meaning of the message she wrote by filling in the gaps themselves.
@bashirnuhu01 in his own attempt at encoding the message said:
"Anyone thinking of kidnapping me should not bother. The man has already warned me he will not pay any ransom."
"I need to start it this business time please give me orientation with this business matters sister I dey wait for your own information and your own advice thank you sorry I can sit for you salaam alaikum."
"I am very very in press wallahi I have also have passion of this one day in Na sami kudi wata rana .. In sha Allah . kinga kema ba cima zaunebane kina da Sana'a ko."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man had inspired many on social media about how he used 11K to start a successful poultry farm.
@ydb_ZN shared pictures of his business on Twitter, as he gave social media users an important piece of advice.
His statement reads:
"My advice to someone who wants to get into poultry farming, between egg production and meat production I would say meat production. A fully grown broiler takes 35 days to be ready for the market and layer takes 18-20 weeks to start laying."