Man with only one hand farms to support others amidst economic hardship


A young guy has just defined the term “d!sability is not inability” as he uses only one hand to farm against all odds.

In a heartwarming display of determination and community spirit, a man from Ebonyi State has been spotted farming with one hand to support himself and others during these challenging economic times.


Despite the physical challenges and hardships, this remarkable individual is dedicated to tending to his farm, using his one hand to plant, nurture, and harvest crops.

His resilience and perseverance serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration to those around him.

This selfless farmer’s efforts are a testament to the strength of the human spirit and a reminder that even in the face of adversity, we can find ways to thrive and support one another.

Naturally, most people with his type of physical challenges, result to begging on the streets with the mindset that they cannot work but this man proves otherwise.

May his dedication and determination inspire everyone out there to make a positive impact in our communities.

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Osix Africa is a talented Ghanaian blogger who is making several Impacts among the new crop of bloggers emerging from West Africa. His influence in the blogging scene saw him emerge as Student Blogger of the Year at the 2021 edition of the Ghana Colleges Entertainment Awards and was also adjudged Youth Blogger of the Year at the 2023 edition of the Volta Youths Awards among other nominations from several high-profile awards schemes. Born as Godsway Charles Tudi, the young blogger boasts of a rich background of education, having completed his first degree at the Emirates University of Aviation in Dubai (UAE). He also studied at the northern-based University for Development Studies (UDS) and currently having a top-up study with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He is the CEO of Osix Travel Hub, a travel agency based in Ghana and UAE.