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Farmers’ Day: Let’s Make Agriculture The Nation Backbone – Apostle Amoako Attah


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The Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel international (PCI), Apostle Francis Amoako Attah has urged the government to take agriculture very seriously, hence agriculture is a backbone of every developing country.

According to him, Ghana would have been one of the developing countries in the world if proper measures were to be taken in the agriculture sector.

Speaking on the fallenges of Ghanaian farmers on Accra-Based Kingdom ‘Anopa Nko Mo’ with Kwaku Dawuro, Apostle Francis stated that the Passing over our oils, Diamond, Cocoa, repeatedly since independence day is why this nation is poor.

‘’This nation is poor’’, meaning passing over opportunities repeatedly to our colonial masters, we must begin to process and produce otherwise the country would remain poor’’ he explained.

‘’Its about time we rise up as a nation who want to put away begging from our colonial masters and build our nation with our own hand by helping the agriculture sectors’’ He noted.

In his view Ghana must start processing and producing in order to develop the country if not the country will remain stagnant from generation to generation.

By: Queenel Delali Kukey / Kingdomfmonline.com / delakuki0@gmail.com / Ghana / 2021


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