- It took insult from a fruit seller to force a Nigerian man into recognizing the fruit produce he had in his compound
- This is as a Nigerian man had shown off the pears he harvested from a tree in his compound after receiving insults from a fruit seller because he had requested for an extra pear
- Showing off the bountiful fruits he plucked, the man marvelled at the pears describing it as natural and holy food
A Nigerian man has caused a huge stir on social media after showing off the huge pears he plucked himself from a tree in his compound.
Nnadi Emeka C said in a Facebook post that a fruit seller had insulted him because he requested for an extra pear after a purchase.
Emeka said she fired at him that he doesn't know the processes involved in getting a pear.
Vexed by the fruit seller's statements, he rushed home to pluck same fruits in his compound.
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The man praised the fruit describing it as a natural and holy food.
He hilariously told his Facebook friends that there are terms and conditions to be met if they want to get portions of the pear.
Barth Francis Ekpereamaka reacted:
"Honestly those sellers can be something else o they sees their customers as Ghanaian ,well I felt your pain lol abeg I need some o."
Simon Okafor commented:
"But remember to bring my own share when coming back."
Anosike Chinenye said:
"Make I know look for my own ooo. Unless you want trouble."
Jaachima Commy begged:
"Pls Emeka, move straight to my office in school with my own share, I am so in love with this fruit...
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"I mean it ooo, pls."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man had shown off his massive cucumber harvest.
The Imo indigene, William Eke, 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.
Social media users showered him encomiums with many calling for more youthful participation in farming.