The name of the Nigerian farmer who does not plant his crops on soil is Samuel Ogbole.As revealed by @Nigeriastories and Legit.ng, Samuel Ogbole does his farming in the air.The young Nigerian farmer does not make use of the conventional and traditional way of farming to plant his crops, he make use of a method called Aeroponics.
A Nigerian lady has left many people talking on Twitter after she disclosed what Fulani herdsmen did to her farm land. This Nigerian lady whose username is "Brown Shugar" said that she experienced what Fulani herdsmen have been doing to farmers in the sense that they used their cows to graze on her cassava farm land. Besides, she said that all the money she invested in this cassava farming are all gone because the Fulani herdsmen used their cows to eat every cassava on the farm; not even a stem was left behind.However,
With Nigeria's dwindling economy, it is advisable for people not to fold their hands waiting for Government or any Private firm for employment or opportunity to start making money.However, it is advisable to own or start up a business of one's own if one must survive.
Nigerian farmer who grows crops in the air caused stir online after he shared mouth watering harvest of fresh cucumber, pepper, lettuce and other farm produce he got from his farm in the air.According to the Nigerian farmer identified by Samson Ogbole revealed how he has been using Aeroponics, which simply means the process of growing crops without the use of soil but in atmosphere.
Igbara-Oke, a nodal town that is located on a mountain top, with a panegyric, "Omo Eleye Ti N Ke Weye". A town that has never lost any battle, and has never been conquered by any town during the inter-tribal war. According to the historian, it was reported that the then Oba of Ilesa sent emissaries headed by Ogedengbe to Olowa when they heard of the performances of Igbara-Oke at the war. Igbara-Oke was involved in many Yoruba inter-tribal wars against the Ibadan, Ijesa and Ekiti Parapo. Igbara-Oke rebuffed the
Crop is a plant especially a cereal, grown to be harvest as food, livestock fodder or fuel or for any other economic purpose, crop can also be refers to as a plant or animal products, that can be grown and harvest extensively for profit or substance.
On Sunday, Nigerians received the news that South-East has set up its own security outfit codenamed EBUBEAGU.The news came as a big relief to South-East people who have been wondering when the South-East governors will come up with this.Though some people said that this decision is coming a bit late, some said that it is better late than never.
It is said that farmng is the oldest occupation of mankind because of the need for food, man has always been in the business of farming to make food for himself and his family members.Around the world, there is no human society one will go to without meeting people farming and trying to make foods either for himself and his family or for selling and generate income from it.
I Agriculture is one of the trending lucrative business in Nigeria due to the high demand for food.
The Cross River State Ministry of Agriculture on Friday, 9th April, 2021 took delivery of over 30 mini tractors and other farm equipments at the Presidential lodge in Calabar.Receiving the equipments, the Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Ntufam Okon Owuna said that the equipments came at the right time when planting season has just commenced.
Photo taken on March 29, 2021, shows a beatiful view of Xiajiang village, Fengshuling township, Chun’an county, Hangzhou city, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province.Thanks to efforts to promote rural vitalization, Xiajiang village is now surrounded by green mountains and clear waters and has benefited from a neatly arranged modern industrial park of leisure agriculture.
Farming is indeed a great innovative idea which is one of the activities that promote self reliance in the community.Farmers are truly supposed to be honored because they contribute a lot to the development of every nation.
According to Nigeria newsdesk, the women of Edo state told the herdsmen that is occupying their state to leave because their staying has caused harm to them, the women came out in Mass as a protess and went to their head the traditional ruler 'chief braimah alegeh' to report the harm of the herdsmen in their community how their crops and farm land has been demolished by the herdsmen.
In the light of recent attacks and violence happening around the country, from the Boko haram/ISWAP insurgents in the North-east to the banditry/kidnapping in the Northwest, killer herdsmen attacks in the Southwest, now to the IPOB militia attacks on Police formations and Personnel in the Southeast, it's a wake up call
The governor of Kaduna State his Excellency Nasir El-Rufai has said that bandits that are terrorising Nigeria must be wiped out. According to the governor, they have lost their right to live under the constitution. El-Rufai while speaking at a town hall meeting on national security organized by Lai Muhammed with the theme ”Setting Benchmark for Enhanced and National Unity in Nigeria" in Kaduna on Thursday stated that “Our security forces must collaborate to take the war to the bandits and terrorist, recover
A number of workers led by Wang Qiujian (right), a man who returned to his hometown to start his own business in Jinzhou, northeast China’s Liaoning province, are busy producing pre-ordered goods, July 5, 2019.
Fulani Herdsmen in Nigeria has now been associated with terroristic crimes, which includes killings and kidnapping of innocent Nigerians.On Wednesday, Fulani Herdsmen attacked a woman on her farm only because she refused to allow them graze in her rice plantation farm.
Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila is accused of an unlawful transfer of state land and using the said land as collateral for bank loans not served.Her family is also accused of threatening to force a San community off a farm on which they were legally resettled.
Unemployment has been one of the hard nut challenges in the world, especially at this post COVID-19 era.
Photo taken on March 11 shows a bird's-eye view of a demonstration crayfish-rice field in Longwang Township, Xiangyang, central China's Hubei Province.