Soaring Food Prices: Nigerians Are You Ready To Go Hungry?

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With the soaring food prices in our markets,housewives complaining bitterly and have abandoned market runs to their husbands and farmers being attacked by anti-progress agents called the herdsmen. One may ask, how then do we survive this impending food crises about to or rather already hitting us. As at yesterday...three cups of garri go for #200 A bag of semo goes for almost 5k Are u shocked? This post isn’t meant to scare us especially Southerners rather this is the time to go into whatever kind of farming u can think. Pls don’t wait for our Southern Governors to rescue her citizens...get that abandoned piece of land you’ve been intending to build five rooms and garage and start doing something. If u don’t have d land please get cement bags or sack bags and go into sack farming. The problem with we Southerners is that no one is ready to do d hard job everyone is yearning to sit in an AC office wearing black coat and tie thereby leaving farming activities to our aged populace. SOUTHERNERS PLS WAKE UP!

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