Samini reveals he went into farming to encourage the youths
Many youths in Ghana find clearing a piece of land to farm a very difficult task to be completed. But we can all agree farmers play a big role in the developments of every country as well as feeding its people are concern. Ghanaian international reggae dancehall musician Samini in an interview with Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central’s drive time reveled he is a strong advocates for faming especially getting the youths involved.
In the interview, the award wining musician explained his understanding of farming as a positive thing for every strong and healthy body. “Ones we all have strength to work and eat as human beings, we can still do farming”. He further added that; he personally went into farming to encourage the youths in Ghana so they won’t see faming as a job for the illiterate and old age. Adding “Any crop we sow will surely grow up and add up to the list of food we have on the market. Farming is a very big business which can fetch you large incomes when you put in the right planning and strategies”
(By: Nana Yarquah)
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