- A young lady has elatedly showcased the massive harvest she recently recorded on her farm
- The lady identified as Ideba Edu Ele was peeling the cassava alongside her mother due to the huge harvest
- Tweeps expressed delight at her hard work, with one advising her to consider being an exporter of garri
An excited young lady has taken to social media to share pictures of the bountiful harvest she made on her farm.
The Nigerian lady named Ideba Edu Ele - an indigene of Cross Rivers state - who farms for a living posted photos of the huge cassava harvest with the caption:
"Harvesting team still in the bush.
"Peeling committee on duty.
In the pictures she shared, other family members assisted in the peeling of the cassava.
A tweep suggested that she considers becoming an exporter of the finished product of the cassava, others hailed her hard work as a female farmer.
"Do you know you can be exporting this your garri?."
"God bless your work."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a pretty lady had showcased the big harvest she recorded on her farm after four months of planting.
The lady named Sandra took to Twitter to celebrate the huge tomatoes harvest she recorded on her farm.
As to how she was able to achieve such remarkable produce within 4 months, she revealed that it took her timing the peak season and appreciated God for the jaw-dropping feat.
"Its been a long and tough journey (4months), we timed the peak season and here I am with results. God has never let me down, He's always faithful.
"Its time to enjoy my ka hard-earned money."
Social media users gushed over her tomatoes, many others said she is an inspiration and were full of praise for her.