Agriculture has over the years been the backbone of the economy. For some years ago, Agricultural sector was the only sector which was employing a lot of Ghanaians each day and day out. Though the Service Sector has now taken over but we can't downplay the importance of Agriculture in the lives of Ghanaians. With this, Ghanaians do not joke with the farmers in the country.
Ghanaians celebrated Farmers today in the country. Some farmers were praised and given awards for their hard work they have done. An interesting thing which has sparked comments from people after the awards is the kind of prizes people who were adjudged as Best Farmers received.
In Accra Municipal Assembly, the overall best farmer received a bicycle, a knapsack sprayer and a certificate.
This has therefore caused a lot of people to comment after a picture surfaced online. According to some people who commented, they stated that being a slay queen in Ghana is far better than being a farmer in the country.
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