Ghanaians commemorate Farmers’ Day on the first Friday in December. To honor the contributions of farmers and fishermen to the nation, this day is observed.
Ghana’s Ministry of Food and Agriculture presents special prizes to outstanding fishermen and farmers on this day.
Dumelo stressed the need for Ghana to add value to its agricultural output before exporting it to other countries in the post he published.
This is what he posted;
On the occasion of farmers day, let us emphasize on value addition rather than exporting our raw materials and importing them as finished goods. Let’s start adding value and export. Happy farmers day everyone!!
Similar to how John Dumelo returned with the same design after receiving widespread praise online for sharing a photo of a truckload of his farm’s produce—specifically, yams—that he had transported to Accra and prepared for sale.
This time, he displayed two large yam tubers (the pona species) in a stunning photograph, furthering people’s respect for him.
John’s agricultural career has been successful, and people have recognized and respected his hard work and good lifestyle.