A lot of young energetic youths of today don’t want to get in to farming. They see farming as a very hard work and always think farming is a curse. It is high time we educate ourselves on the relevant of farming and how it helps build our country in terms of productivity. Even our personal development.
We are confronted with many career choices in life. But for years, only few have made and are proud to make the wisest choice of a career.
Over a period, that career prospect was even made a form of punishment in school. Those who flouted school rules were the ones who were driven to the farms.
But it’s never too late to change or to make the wisest choice of a career in life.
The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) under Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto has as a result put in place measures to address the bottlenecks in order to make agriculture more attractive, and through that, create millionaires out of the sector.
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