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Monday, November 16, 2020

Nigerian Lawmaker Distributes Cassava Stems To His Constituents....

 Honourable Patrick Obalim Udoba representing Anambra west constituency in the state assembly has gifted his constituents cassava stems to enable them start farming early....

Nice one?










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    1. It's a high improved variety and high yielding too.

      Good one.

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  2. And he is smiling to the camera.........
    IBABO......

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  3. If these are hybrid stems with potential for high yield in minimal time and resistant to attack by pests and pathogens,

    Kudos to him. I hope he has also allocated to them the land to plant them

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  4. Very shameless set of people. How did we elect this people. How?

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    1. But it's not that bad if the stem are hybrid it's better off than donkey๐Ÿ˜

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  5. Yes I think so Stella.
    I also wish they will distribute themore farm equipments and seeds that will make the farming processes easier

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  6. Somehow...

    Is cassava stem too expensive now?

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  7. We don enter am for this country. The most painful part of it is that they're not even ashamed to pose and snap pictures with their stupid smiling faces while giving out the embarrassing empowerment. Cursed politicians.

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  8. Wehdon sir, I believe you must have spent millions of naira on that your empowerment.

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  9. It's a nice one ๐Ÿ‘ for those that wants to farm.

    These cassava stems are bought for planting so it's a good move.

    He should add fertilizers as well.


    BITCHandSLUT.com

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  10. These are multi million naira investment. Garri, Starch, Pupuru, Fufu & others will be derived from these stems this time next year.

    If over 20 million Nigerian got involved in cassava farming this year alone, food prices will plummet come 2021 harvest season.

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  11. And they will say they spent billions on youth empowerment!
    Farming is a good venture, I mean mechanized farming. Do they even know what mechanized farming is?

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  12. How do you secure their crops from herdsmen after they suffer to plnt and tend it?

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