– More Nigerians would soon go into rabbit farming if a lawmaker fulfils his promise
– According to Tunji Ajuloopin of Kwara state, the rearing of the animal will be good for his constituents
– He said the empowered people will be able to make living from the business
A lawmaker in Nigeria has turned to rabbit farming in the quest to empower the people of his constituents.
The lawmaker Tunji Ajuloopin is a member representing Ekiti/Isin/Irepodun/Oke-ero federal constituency of Kwara.
According to him, Rabbit farming would be an ideal empowerment programme for unemployed youths in the constituency.
“I want to do this as empowerment programme for my people, a lot of them do not have job and they can start from this and it can help them eke a living.”