Mr. Kofi Asante win Best Farmer in Birim South.

Mr. Kofi Asante, a farmer from Akyem Swedru, has been named the Best Farmer in Birim South District, Eastern Region.

Mr. Adom Francis placed second, whiles Mr. Emmanuel Sam placed third, respectively.

Other people who were awarded for a good job done are District Best Inovator Mr. Evans Marfo from Yaw,District Best Oil Palm Farmer Mr. Emmanuel Dua,District Best Rice Farmer Mr. Solomon Yeboah Osei,District Best Processor Mr. Akwesi Darko,District Best Crop Mr. Yaw Obeng,District Best FBO Biakoye Traders Association,District Best Livestock and Poltry Methodist University, and District Best Educational Institution. Akim Swedru Senior High School,District Best Physically Challenge Person Madam Mary Entie,District Best Agric Officer Mr. Brikrai Zackari,District Best Female Farmer Margret Sintim, and District Best Youth Farmer Master Gilbert Asare.

Parliamentary hopeful for Akyem Swedru constituency Eastern Region,Hon. Jerome Kwame Akordor, popularly known as “Akuafo Adanfo,” in an interview with after the 39th Farmers Day celebration called on the government to consider the warfare of farmers in Ghana.

He stated that the welfare of farmers is very important. If they don’t go to the farm, it will be difficult for us to get food to feed ourselves.

Sometimes, if the farmers are sick, they find it difficult to get proper health care services.

The yields of farm products have gone down. At first, we used to get plenty of yields, but now they have dropped.
“Akuafo Adanfo,” Hon. Jerome Kwame Akordor, urged the farmers to support his political career so that together they can change the face of farming in the constituency.

According to him, he himself is a farmer and understands what the farmers are going through, so if they support him to succeed, he will bring more new things to the farming industry in the constituency.

He expressed his gratitude to all the farmers in the constituency.

The best farmer in the constituency Mr. Kofi Asante encourages the youth to venture into farming so that they can also make some money.

He noted that most of the youth think only people who are old do farming, and others think it’s a curse to do farming, but that’s not true.

Farming is a very lucrative job, and when you do it well, you will get the results.

The government is supporting farming, so if you are a youth and have completed school but, up until now, have not been employed, join farming and you will never regret it.

The District Chief Executive for Birim South District,Hon. Asare Danso, said it’s very important to celebrate farming for the good work done. Accordingly, there are five things in this world that one can never do away with.

According to him, there are five things in this world without which one can live: shelter, clothing,water, air, and the almighty food.

He encourages the farmers to continue and do the harder work they are doing for the nation.

Report by Samuel Quaye.

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