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It is usually said that , seeing is believing . There is another adage that says that leadership by example should be the way to go in every country.
In a recent address by Professor John Gatsi on connect FM, he mentioned that the country is sadly drifting away from Agriculture even though the economy depends largely on our farm produce .
There have been viral pictures of the Professor on a farm captioned ," Plant, don't import cassava" and many Ghanaians have expressed satisfaction in his example for households to emulate . Wisdom Dewortor wrote " Prof. , Best farmer" whilst Mawuenyega Paul Amegbletor also wrote ,"Once a farmer, always a farmer ".
We encourage all Ghanaians to join in the planting for food challenge as we help put Ghana on another level. Kindly follow JUKELAFRICA for more
We are all excited to see the chartered economist and lawyer showing how he plants cassava for the family .
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