The former Mp for Nkwanta south constituency who doubled as the ex majority chief whip, Honourable Gershon Gbediame, identified some cocoa farming communities in the constituency during his days in the office as Mp and resourced them with cocoa seedlings and cutlasses to promote agricultural productivity in the area.
The former Mp who has endless love and support for his constituents three days today went to some of these cocoa farming communities to donate free organic concept fertilizers to all the cocoa farmers there in order to augment productivity and also to alleviate poverty as well as sufferings of the people.
These communities are Pusupu, Brewaniase, Bontibor, Abruburwa, Fankyeneko, salifu, Obanda and kpena.
He is still having more of these cocoa farming communities in the constituency to donate more of the fertilizers, he’s hoping to cover the entire municipality by next week to ensure a fair and transparent donation of the fertilizers to all the farming communities in the municipality.
Hon Gershon believes that, vegetable farming is one of the best investments in the agriculture sector, hence he’s poised to donate more of the fertilizers to people willing to go into vegetable farming, he is ready to promote vegetable farming to make Nkwanta south constituency the best suppliers of vegetables in the Oti region and Ghana at large.
Addressing some farmers over 500 people at Brewaniase, he advised the youths to invest more in agric, most especially vegetables farming, he believes that will promote entrepreneurship and also provide economic freedom for them as young ones to be self dependent.
The former Mp has vowed to support constituents of Nkwanta south constituency in his little way, despite the fact that he is no more in office, he still believes that, helping others does not require a political power to do that.
The former majority chief whip want to use this opportunity to assure farmers in the Nkwanta south constituency that, he has more plans to support them, those who farms cassava and yam will soon get a support to also explore more in the production of those crops.