Ghanaian Man Builds House And Buys Land From Vegetable Farming: "It is A Lucrative Business"

Ghanaian Man Builds House And Buys Land From Vegetable Farming: "It is A Lucrative Business"

  • A Ghanaian man called Cephas stunned many when he shared how he built a house and bought land from vegetable farming
  • He explained that farming is a lucrative business, so he did not bother to continue his education after senior high school
  • The young man's story has inspired several Ghanaians who expressed their opinions in the post's comment section

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A YouTube channel, The Ghanaian Farmer, shared a video of an interview with a young Ghanaian man called Cephas, a vegetable farmer.

A photo of a Ghanaian vegetable farmer
Ghanaian man builds a house and buys land from vegetable farming. Photo credit: The Ghanaian Farmer
Source: Youtube

According to Cephas, he grows green pepper, cabbages and other vegetables. He claimed that the business was lucrative, so he skipped tertiary education to become a full-time vegetable farmer.

The farmer added that he had built a house, bought land and acquired other assets from vegetable farming.

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Ghanaians react to the video of the vegetable farmer

Many Ghanaians were impressed by what Cephas has achieved with his vegetable farming and expressed their thoughts in the video's comment section. compiled some reactions below.

Annor Alexander said:

He's really done a good job.

Prince Ogbimi commented:

I just want to thank the host for a good job always because she always goes into details to make it easier for someone that wants to go into any kind of farming that she brings our way. Thank you a lot.

7 ARIESMARS remarked:

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This is a good job, but unfortunately, the variety he planted is not good. I know of seven different varieties that are of good yield, big fruits, and takes about six to seven months to harvest.

Kofi Nti Boateng asked:

Can I have Cephas' number?

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