Kwala who retired from civil service as the Vice Principal of Government Secondary School in Kaltungo, Gombe state, said the ban on the importation of beef was one of the things that motivated him to go into goats and sheep farming.He said though he started with only seven two years ago, he now has 345 goats, 20 sheep after selling some that he found too matured to retain. He is very optimistic that after graduating from a training he is currently undergoing at the National Livestock Training Centre in Kachia, Kaduna state, said his target market is South-South Nigeria.
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