Forgotten In The Dustbin

Forgotten In The Dustbin.

Before the fooling of our country ‘NIGERIA’ We were not forgotten in the Dustbin, the trees were fully grown with the young supporting the old, we were saving them from having a broken back, our strength was the joy that flew through their flesh that covers the bones of their faces, until the discoveries of a blessing with unfolding calamity that befell the nation from 1958 till date, the discoveries of a volatile liquid that vaporize at about 125°C.
A man of assumed great integrity was said to have fooled the nation, which was probably not his intention to do, he was a Knowledgeable person and this brought the whole nation to casting their faith in him that he would feed them, but the desperation of practice without practitioners lead it to action to fall like an up growing tree that lacks nitrogen, we were hunted and desperate for a change: This lead to the emergence of a digression with no change in conception but an Agbada flowing politician with Gold wrist watch attached to his wrist, it was stated that his act lead to the escalation of the pain discovered by nature for Nigerians.
Just like the emergent growth of the fruit of a plant planted by an hardworking farmer, we are embarking on the journey that will put the country at the great position it ought to be, we do this not by becoming subsistence farmers but with vigorous reading, active practice to be becoming various Agriculturists in different Universities.
It called farming, the major operation that was abandoned and left the nation in jeopardy…. It simple to the non farmers, tedious to the farmers, brain tasking but not a problem to the Agriculturists.
Written by:
Badmus temiloluwa
Dedicated to all students studying Agriculture.

Temi Badmus
Temi Badmus
Temi Badmus is a Food scientist and an Art enthusiast. Her desire is to give a listening ear to people and to give an opportunity for everyone to be heard. Has any one told you that you are special? Yes, you are. You were beautifully designed, you are relevant to this generation and very special to me.

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