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I WISH WE EAT WHAT WE GROW AND EXPORT THE SURPLUS – PRU WEST MP

I WISH WE EAT WHAT WE GROW AND EXPORT THE SURPLUS — PRU WEST MP

Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways Honourable Jalula

Farmers have heeded a sigh of relief as Ghanaians are to eat our own farm produce and export the surplus to our neighbor countries.

Speaking to the media at World Rural Women Day at Prang in the Pru West District of the Bono East Region, the Member of Parliament for double as the Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways Honourable Jalula has said, the restrictions played on Ghanaians during the Covid-19 pandemic, the closure of land and sea borders encouraged us to eat what we grow and compel us from exporting what we grow in Ghana.


Hon. Jalula pleaded on the good people of Ghana to we what we grow “I wish we this should be the future of our dear country Ghana where we eat what we grow and export the surplus” Pru West MP lamented.
He also added that Pru West District has achieved a lot during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Madam Gladys Adusah popularly known as Nana Serwaa Kru the Women Leader in the Middle Zone of the United Nations Development Programme has also advised Rural Women who are into Farming to put more effort in farming that they shouldn’t give up for being farmers because farming is not a curse “some farmers wards are doctors, MPs, DCEs Nurses, etc” Madam Gladys Adusah has said.


She added that farming is a business so let’s all put much effort into it to make it successful.
Furthermore, Madam Gladys Adusah has said Rural Women Farmers need to appreciate ourselves for we did a lot to help the Nation.

Madam Gladys advised Rural Women Farmers across the board to form and join Associations and Register at both District level and with UNDP so that when the need arising they would get help.

The program was sponsored by numerous Companies like Samaline who donated Solar spraying machines to support the Rural Women Farmers.

Story and Filed by: Mavis Davor || Shop@Torsaa

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