- A Nigerian graduate who had taken up farming as a full-time occupation has been rewarded for his efforts
- The young man named William Eke showcased on Facebook the huge cucumber harvest he got from his farm
- His showcase has earned him the admiration of social media users with many commending and celebrating with him
A Nigerian man has been celebrated on social media for his success in his farming business.
The man named William Eke shared on Facebook the great harvest of cucumber he made on his farm.
The Imo indigene who read Management studies at Imo State University had delved into farming upon graduation from the school.
Eke was all smiles as he struck poses with the ripe edible he packaged into sack bags.
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Social media users showered him encomiums with many calling for more youthful participation in farming.
Posterity Legacy said:
"Over the years the deceived us that we can't grow these things and they ended up supplying us with those tiny things. Can you now see how big our own is. Is remaining that their onions one day we will start supplying to them."
Ozone Tochukwu Ugwuanyi wrote:
"But we need more hands on agriculture. If u know ur lands are fertile, utilize it. We need agriculture now than never."
Favour Obidiegwu stated:
"Job well done. It's high time we embrace agriculture over here, the said expensive food stuffs will become very much affordable."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man married to 7 wives had shown off his lengthy yam barns.
Goddey who married seven wives and has many children said that he has been cultivating yams for the past 45 years.
The Delta state indigene - a native of Amahia, Alihagwu, Agbor - with the help of his family and workers now owns yam barns that stretch several miles and can comfortably make a fence around a building.
Goddey is also said to be engaged in farming other food crops namely okra, pepper, cassava and palm oil. The polygamous man does livestock farming too.