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Female Graduate Who Went Into Poultry Farming Business Over Unemployment, Shares Her Success Story

Female Graduate Who Went Into Poultry Farming Business Over Unemployment, Shares Her Success Story

A young Ghana lady has become a source of inspiration for many young graduates with her story of how she decided to go into poultry farming right after completing university.

In a video sighted in a YouTube video interview with JAK LENS TV, Nisilla Agyeiwa Boadi, the founder of Nilla Farms, said she birthed the idea to start the poultry business after she completed university.

According to her, she sought support from a private organization under their project dubbed the Ghana Poultry Project, immediately after her national service.

She expressed gratitude to the organization for supporting her with 350 birds and ensuring that she meets the requirements necessary for one to start a poultry farm. The 24-year-old, who has her farm located at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region, says she has no regrets about becoming a poultry farmer.

The young entrepreneur hopes to grow the business by getting a bigger space to house more birds, although her current place can house 1000 birds. “This is my job, I love it, I love it and I don’t regret going into poultry,” she said with a smile

DRIZZLE KING DA VOICE MUTANT: Thank you bro for the great work ,Empowering the youth. Worldwide

Universal life style: his a simple of a woman any good hard working man needs not this social media noise makes God bless you my sister keep it up

Elias Kamanga: Apart from vaccinations, don’t ignore biosecurity measures. By the way, congrats young lady????????

James Ampofo: Please tell her since she is a publishing graduate, she already as additional job. Thus, she should start documenting her experience(good and bad) as poultry documentary for publishing. More practical than the theory already existing

David Marfo: She was my student back in JHS, I taught her ICT. Very brilliant girl.

Cecilia Aryeetey: Family support is great! Cute farm, hard working lady. Great done! Well done!

ABORVESTER: Thank you… Bro for empower we the youth ,,,nila is my church member , and her father is Pastor….

Kino Fev: Young lady, bio security is critical to poultry farming. I commend you on your ambition, but don’t ignore the basics, bio security. Don’t allow visitors in your cages.

kataps Farm: This video relates to me very well. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the great videos. I just subscribed

Joseph Kofi Agyapong: Congratulation girl, the sky is your limit


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