According to a report from BBC News Pidgin, the manna fell a second time as a fisherman in Rivers state successfully had a big catch. This is coming few days after some people came across a live elephant at Andoni Local Government, Rivers State.
The fish caught by this fisherman isn't that common but it was identified as a Trygon fish. This isn't the first time a fisherman is catching a strange fish in Nigeria. Recall, the report of a certain fisherman who caught a blue marlin fish and ate it with his village people before he discovered that it was worth millions of dollars.
To avoid a repetition of what happened after a fisherman caught a blue marlin fish, this fisherman needs to consider finding out the worth of this fish before making a meal with it.
The people of Andoni are blessed when it comes to fishing, so they utilise the chance they have to sell these fishes if they cost millions instead of eating them.
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