"Best Decision Ever": Lady Living in Dubai Resigns From Her Job, Returns Home to Build Poultry Farm

"Best Decision Ever": Lady Living in Dubai Resigns From Her Job, Returns Home to Build Poultry Farm

  • A lady who lived and worked in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, took the decision to return home
  • The lady has now established a poultry farm and said the decision to return home was worth it
  • She posted a video of her poultry farm located in Uganda on TikTok, showing people how she feeds the chicks

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A lady who quit her job in Dubai, UAE, has shown off what she has achieved since returning home.

In a video she shared on TikTok, the lady disclosed that she returned home to establish her own business.

Lady who returned from Dubai, UAE to establish a poultry farm in Uganda.
The lady said the journey to owning her own business was tough but worth it. Photo credit: TikTok/@violets_farm_ug.
Source: TikTok

She started a poultry farm called Violet Farm in Uganda, noting that the journey of building her own business was worth it.

Lady quits job in Dubai, returns home to build a farm

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In a TikTok video, she showed her followers and fans her farm and the birds in it. She admitted that the journey was not easy.

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She wrote:

"You quit your job in Dubai to go back home and start poultry farming as a business. It’s not easy but it’s also worth it."

Many of her followers on the platform prayed for her to succeed in her farming business, saying she made the right decision.

Watch the video below:

Reactions as lady quits her job in Dubai, returns home

@Noah Deprince said:

"Blessings on the journey."

@jerry said:

"Wow! This is a great idea."

@Glow By Karen commented:

"Best decision."

@Princesayo reacted:

"May God bless the work of your hands."

@yoyo said:

"God be with you dear. More blessings dear."

@asbah98 said:

"I'm also into it and I’d need more ideas."

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AgriBCI commented:

"God bless your agribiz enterprise."

ABSU graduate goes into fish farming

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a graduate of Abia State University, Uturu, became a fish farmer.

The man named Kenneth Odoemenam revealed to Legit.ng that fish farming is a lucrative business but that it is capital intensive. He also said it requires patience, dedication and hard work for one to succeed in it.

Kenneth said after he attended fish farming training in 2017, he started small and gradually got bigger in the business as he now teaches newcomers.

Source: Legit.ng

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