A lot of people think that celebrities only invest in their celebrity lives and have no other option but to work to please their fans everyday. Some of these celebrities tend to prove us wrong. Most celebrities have jobs they do in real life. Some are politicians, bankers, nurses and a lot more other high ranked positions in the society. To be a well-known celebrity is not just about making a name, but also making a name for yourself with your own side job in whatever field you find suitable to venture into and start something.
Today, in this article, we would talk about some few celebrities who are into farming and cherish it.
1 . Trigmatic
Photo Credit: Pulse Ghana
The well-known Ghanaian rapper, Trigmatic is one of the Ghanaian celebrities who have now found a love for farming. Leadership by example is what he usually captions his pictures in his farm. He also says 'join us let’s make the Nation a better one. We have it so we must flaunt it. Grow it and eat it' to motivate others to follow suite. He always urges us to start from our backyard.
2 . Daddy Lumba
Daddy Lumbar is a legendary Ghanaian highlife musician owns a palm oil plantation. He has the intentions of becoming the farmer of the year award. His palm plantation of 50-acres is located in Nkawie in the Ashanti Region.
3 . John Dumelo
Photo Credit: GhWedey
This man is a well-known actor and politician. He has on several occasions, talked about the huge financial benefits of farming. With these statements, he urges the youth to venture into it. He is into maize farming, cassava farming, snail farming, grasscutter, cattle, pigs, goat rearing and also vegetables farming.
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