Cassava is a root vegetable which means it grows beneath the soil surface. It is the underground part of the cassava shrub, which has the Latin name Manihot esculenta. In Nigeria, Cassava is used for alot of things especially Garri. Garri is very popular here in Nigeria because it can be used to eat different soups.
A young lady who is known as Edu on Twitter recently posted a picture of her bountiful harvest and this has made several people react. See some reactions below
I personally think that she is doing well because is not ashamed to express herself on social media. I think It is better to go into faming rather than begging for food, you can sell your farm produce or consume it by yourself.
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