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Made-In-Ghana Ambassador advice youth to go into farming

By Kweku Antwi Jnr

The Made-In-Ghana Ambassador, Emelia Arthur, has urged the youth to enter into agriculture since it has the tendency of ensuring their success.

Ms. Arthur stressed that, it is very shameful for Ghana with a fertile land to import products such as tomatoes, onion, pepper, cabbage, carrots, etc for consumption.

The Veteran musician made the appeal when she visited Hope Generations Ministry International Church in Accra as part of her campaign tour toward the need to patronize made in Ghana goods.

The tour is targeted at 50 churches in the country to sensitize them on the need to patronize made in Ghana goods.

"People always find it difficult to buy products from the market because of the high cost but if the demand goes high, the mass production is sustained”, she explained.

Ms. Arthur said “producers should produce quality products and package them well to attract customers", she stated.

She called on the government to assist the youth to make this dream come to pass.

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