N/R: Scarcity Of Maize In Some Parts Of The Northern Region.
By Zy0z | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 5 views
Maize is one of the basic food stuffs that we largely depend on for survival. It is the main food for most of the residents in the Northern Region which is use in preparing floor, banku Tz and others.
There is scarcity of maize in some parts of the Northern region that has made most of the residents suffered to feed their families.
According to most of the residents, at Bakpaba in the Bimbilla municipal, most of the Farmers decided in the last farming season not to cultivate maize having in mind that they will get some and buy during the Harvesting period.
Because of this, there is scarcity of maize and one has to travel a lot of miles before getting it to buy.
They added that one has to suffer before getting a bowl of maize to buy to feed his or her family.
They expressed their feelings by saying that there may be a lot of hunger if the situation is not taken into consideration.
Today, 19th February 2021, at Bakpaba market, some people came to the market to buy maize but could not get any to buy.
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