The Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Hon Mavis Hawa Koomson has received massive applause from social media over her hardwork since her appointment.
At Half Assini in the Western Region yesterday, the Minister first paid a courtesy call on the MCE for the district, Mr. Ernest Kofie and took the opportunity to inspect the cold store facilities in the area.
Hawa Koomson later interacted with the Chief Fishermen and the fisher folks in that enclave. Where she disclosed to them that, government intends to assist them, especially the women, acquire soft loans to boost their businesses.
At Axim, the Hon Mavis Hawa Koomson commended the fisher folks for voluntarily handing over the fishes to authorities during the fish kills and also assured them that, she will work around the clock to ensure there's sanity with respect to fishing vessels in Ghanaians waters.
She also admonished them to desist from using unapproved methods of fishing as these methods have adverse effects on the environment as well as on human health.
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