Entertainer cum legislator, John Dumelo, has proclaimed himself a glad rancher in the wake of collecting three tons of new ginger from his homestead.
The entertainer, for quite a while, has filled the hearts of numerous in enhancing his portfolio with his extraordinary interest in cultivating.
He took to his Instagram page to share a photograph that spotted him at the rear of a truck remaining on sacks accepted to be the ginger.
He subtitled the photograph with the words, Just reaped 3 tons of new ginger earlier today. I'm a glad rancher!!! #idey4u.
Following his declaration, fans and devotees expanded their altruism and celebratory messages.
Mr. Dumelo is completing his vow to make agribusiness a worthwhile business in Ghana and become greater than Darko ranches, which has kept Ghanaians side by side with his advancement.
Through online media, he has figured out how to grandstand his goat, cassava, and mushroom ranches for fans to get an impression.
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