- A young hardworking lady who graduated from LASU, Suberu Bose Ruth, has been praised online for her farming success
- Photos of her harvests shared online showed tomatoes, peppers, and maize in very large quantities
- Bose sells her produce at wholesale to women who take them to different markets for retailing to consumers
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A young lady, Suberu Bose Ruth, has been celebrated online for contributing to the food need of the nation.
In a Facebook post by Petra Akinti Onyegbule, it was revealed that Bose graduated with a degree in history and international studies from Lagos State University (LASU).
She sells to market women
The hardworking graduate has been a farmer since 2015 and always grows crops like cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, maize in large quantities to be sold.
In her conversation with Petra, the woman revealed that she sells wholesale to market traders who come to her farm.
Bose is very hardworking
Alongside her farming endeavour, Bose also has a non-governmental organization called Farm Advoacy and Rural Development Centre, an outfit that seeks to fight poverty through agriculture.
Petra said she is very proud of the hard work the LASU graduate has put into farming over the years.
Many took to her comment section to praise her. In a separate post, Bose showcased more photos of her harvest.
See Petra's Facebook post below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Tina Akintola said:
"Wow! God bless your hustle."
Wendy Wen said:
"May God continue to bless and lift her up. May she continue to prosper."
Abdulmajeed Ibn Salihu said:
"Commendable.. May Allah continue to elevate her. I can't wait to join her soon."
MsLibby Offem-Oke said:
"Wow! Amazingly inspiring. Bountiful harvests always sister."
Taiwo Abisola Adekunle said:
"This is great! How my heart warms towards intelligent and hard-working ladies. May God bless the works of her hands always. Proud of you!"
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Ghanaian lady by the name Ajara Ibrahim shared how much money she makes from selling coins after being left unemployed.
In a recent interview with SVTV Africa, the young lady recounted that she had initially wanted to be in the military or with the fire service after her secondary education, but due to 'who knows who' she missed out on that.
Ajara said she continued with the job hunt there after all to no avail and finally resorted to selling boiled eggs on the street.
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