Samson Ogbole is a Nigerian farmer who is attempting to address the country's land scarcity crisis.Nigeria's population has risen to 190 million people, but there isn't enough land in the country to feed the country's expanding population.As a result, Ogbole has devised a solution: aeroponics.
Nigerian farmer, Samson Ogbole, is growing several crops in the air without the use of soil through a process called aeroponics.Amazing, isn't it?In school, we learnt that plants need soil to grow.But Ogbole is saying they can grow, impressively, without soil.
A Nigerian farmer has commanded applauds for himself after displaying crops he harvested from dry land.Dry land is a process of planting in the air without necessarily using a farm land.Samuel Ogbole who grows crops in the air has stunned the internet, Samuel Ogbole has wawed social media users thereby causing reactions of surprise after he displayed the crops he harvested after growing them in the air.
Cadets who are usually sent to Sandhurst after graduating from the Nigerian Defence Academy NDA are Cadets who have a show a high level of intelligence, Discipline and adaptation. Mostly, after every Passing Out Parade POP from the Nigerian Defence Academy, a cadet or two are sent to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst RMAS for further Military Training. It is usually a one or two years training. Below are achievements of two Cadets after they were sent to the Royal Academy in Sandhurst. Nigerian Officer Cadet,
Photocredit: Nairaland Security personnel at a park intercepted a young man traveling from Ogbole in Onu-Imo Local Government Area to Owerri in Imo State for having in possession a small gun which he hid inside a loaf of bread. The gun seen in the video is a locally made stereotype of the World War II German Nazi Luftwaffe double barrel side by side. The original one was made by Heinrich Krieghoff Waffensabrik. The gun is dated as far back as 1937. The flare pistol has a side by side trigger and barrel rele