She advised that, the rains have started and the time is up to sow. If you don't start work, its all late. It's late because practically, nobody can reap what he did not sow.
She made this bold statement during the Agriculture Students Career guidance and mentorship camp which was organized by African Agriculture Farmers Traders Association ( AAFTA).
She advised the students not to solely be theoretically inclined. However they can engage in back yard farming as practicals.
That will not only help them to understand what they learn but food will be in abundance and they can generate income for themselves as well.
Dr Zanetor Rawlings was a key speaker at the event. Speaking further, she added that Agriculture is the backbone of Africa because it has remained the major contributor of our Gross Domestic Products.
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