The Municipal chief executive of the Nkoranza South, Hon Dina Ataa Kusiwaa has pleaded with the youth to take their studies seriously since farming in Ghana will soon go digital to meet the maximum yield of the farm produce.
She said the yield of traditional farming is always low since the farmers solely relied on nature.
Hon Dina Ataa Kusiwaa said the government would support the farmers to go high-tech farming.
Hon Dina Ataa Kusiwaa said farmers would be supported to change their traditional method and adopted the modern farming approach.
Hon Dina Ataa Kusiwaa said, the Nkoransa municipal assembly had provided tractors with different farming implements to support the farmers to increase their yield.
She commended the farmers for their hard-working and dedication to the people of Ghana.
The MCE has also inaugurated fire service volunteers in the various communities to control bush fire outbreaks.
In the 35 farmers awards ceremony, at Nkwabeng in the Nkoranza municipality of the Bono East region,
38 distinguished farmers were been awarded.
The overall Municipal best award went to a 38-year-old, Ayarega Benjamin. He took home motorking and other farming equipment.
The second place received a motorbike and third place, a 45-inch flat-screen TV.
The rest were given hand spray machines and other farming equipment.
other farming accessories.