The Bono east region will soon adopt green house technology to run all year round farming. This will help the farmers to meet higher demand any time food crop prize increases.
The Bono east regional minister, hon Kwasi Adu Gyan said this during his maiden encounter with the Bono east region media.
He says relying on nature for crop cultivation is indecisive venture and the outcome is vice versa.
He says the Bono east region is noted for farimg and he is going help the hard working farmers to benefit from their labour.
Hon Kwasi Adu Gyan says, he is going to support the Techiman tomato factory been idled for several years to start processing tomato, water melon and mango into finished products.
In another development, minister has urged chief executives and heads of departments to put all hands on the deck to halt corruption at the Techiman market. He said he would adapt new technology approaches to increase revenue at the market.
The former Bono east regional minister, hon Kofi Amoakohene says he will remain commited to serve the region any time his services will be needed.
He was been provided with plaque with citation.
The former Bono east regional deputy minister, Hon Martin Gyarko also received similar plaque of citation by the Techiman regional coordinating council.
The memorable and colourful occasion was been attended by all departmental heads of the Bono east region.