Check Out How Henry Kinuthia Managu Farmer Made Him A Millionaire(Photos)
Henry Kinuthia is the first farmer to come out with Managu farming success stories saying that 40 by 100 plots can make up to 36000 per month and millions yearly.
Henry did an Electrical Mechanic course after completing his secondary education. After school didn't come across any white-collar job and ended up in Wakulima Market where he used to carry luggage
In Wakulima Market which is in Nairobi Henry learned that there was more demand for vegetables and thus came up with the idea of managing to farm. He went home to Muranga, Kamungu Village where he started farming.
Later he increased his land size to an acre and he can now earn 1.73 million per year.
This acre of the farm only needs fertilizers and manure worth 2000 shillings and within 3 weeks they are ready for market. His labor involves only irrigation once a week because the plant can resist even sunny seasons
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