Firmin is a 50-year-old who takes life with his good qualities. For lack of resources, he stopped school and learned masonry from his uncle during his teenage years. Returning to the village in 2004 to stay with his wife and children, he learned to farm. Despite his difficult beginnings, he remains hopeful and gradually grows okra and rice. Today, Firmin wishes to specialize in the cultivation of chilli peppers. He wanted to be a teacher, but he always thinks about offering his 3 children a quality education.
Firmin is seeking the help of Seekewa supporters to exploit his 1ha plot for his new pepper crop. Knowing that time is moving forward, his priority to date is to leave a legacy.