Here is the fifth edition of Political Corner:
Eight Ghanaians are scheduled to attend the forthcoming G8 Summit,
Attending the Global Agriculture and Food Security to ensure crops don’t plummet.
While at the event, the representatives will promote food security,
Strengthening the relationship between Ghana at the G8 to avoid obscurity.
Mr Fenton Sands, Senior Food Security Officer of the USAID,
Told Accra journalists Ethiopian and Tanzanian personnel will also be at the committee.
He said Ghana was chosen because she had become a ‘welcome’ country to investors,
Being highly noted for her stability, dependability and a lack of regime protesters.
Madam Marjorie Valerie Abdin, First VP of Federation of Associate of Ghanaian Exporters,
Said she hoped to return with “solid contracts” to assist within the Ghanaian quarters.
The focus of discussion by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture and its political charmers,
Will be maize, soya and cassava, which Madam Valerie said were mainly grown by rural farmers.
Mr John Awuku Dziwornu, a farmer from Asutuare in the Dangme West District of Greater Accra,
Said “we need to know who is working elsewhere, to improve upon our own way” by far.
He said the area was made up of small scale farmers who produced maize,
So it was encouraging that USAID was partnering with the government to improve its ways.
And that’s the latest MeFiRi Ghana Political Poetry.
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By Anthony Lyrics