A twitter user simply called NEFERTITI have made a viable point following Miyetti Allah's decision to bouycott Food and Livestock supplies to the South-East.
"Keep promoting food and meat blockade to the South. When Mazi Obinna enter the Cowcurrency business, its game over for Adamu & Dawisu.
Let the Miyetti Allah strike continue. I'm seeing vision for Mazi Okeke & Mazi Nonso" NEFERTITI wrote.
Being that a typical igbo man is industrial and business oriented, this bouycott may be a good opportunity for the igbos to venture cattle rearing.
If rams and goats are reared successfully in the South and East, cattle should not be any different, it will even cut down the cost of transporting cattles from the North to South making beef very affordable for all.
But nevertheless, there are other substitutes to beef and tomatoes for South-East which are actually the main farm produces in contention here.
Is Nefertiti making any sense?
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