A 48-Year-Old Female, Tenee Karim has emerged as the overall best farmer of the 38th edition in the Techiman South municipal of the Bono East region. She received one Motor King, 20 fertilizer bags, 1 packet of iron sheets, and other farming implements. The second prize went to a 34-year-old man, Boampong George, he picked home, a motorbike, 10 bags of fertilizer, and several pieces of farming equipment.
3rd and 4th received a 45-inch flat-screen each, 10 bags of fertilizer each, and other farming equipment. The other 4 farmers took home, a bicycle, 10 bags of fertilizer, and farming implements. While a physically challenged woman of 45 years received the prize of a tabletop refrigerator, 10 bags of fertilizer, and other farming supplements.
The Techiman South, member of parliament, Hon. Martin Adjei Mensah Korsah praised the farmers for their hard work despite their challenges. He pleaded with them to add more technology to their farming practices to earn more income from their labor.
Hon Martin Adjei Mensah Korsah commended the Kingdom Exim company limited for their yearly financial support to the farmers’ day celebration. The Bono East manager of the Kingdom Exim Company Ltd S.K presented a cheque of 5,000 to the Techiman municipal assembly to aid the 38th farmers’ day celebration.
The chairman of the occasion, Nana Apenten Fosu Gyeabour the chief of the Techiman Hansua, pleaded with Ghanaians to develop more taste for locally produced food, Nana said that will be the only solution to add more value to the cedi. He urged parents to take their wards’ education with all seriousness. Nana Fosu Gyeabour said education is the only key in modern times.
The Techiman municipal assembly chief executive, Hon. Benjamín Garko accompanied the chairman of the occasion, Nana Apenten Fosu Gyeabour to present the overall best award to, Tenee Karim.