Dancehall musician, Samini, has joined the growing list of Ghanaian celebrities who are venturing into farming.
The High Grade Family boss is now into large-scale onion farming.
In a video Samini shared on social media, some farm workers are seen sorting through what looked like a bumper harvest of onions.
"#highgradefarms .... #farming #agriculture is the future.. one seed at a time, one grain at a time, one acre at a time and before you know you are feeding the world. My onions," Samini captioned the video.
Samini is the third popular celebrity to have ventured into farming in recent times.
While rapper Trigmatic started a rice plantation somewhere in 2017, actor John Dumelo has a cattle ranch.
Immediately Samini shared the news his followers took to social media to congratulate him.
@iamaquagh said "Wow, well done bro. HGF farms for real. God bless you"
@stephen_prima also said"@samini_dagaati you do all.. No size #HighGradeFarms In the making "
@vanillameco admired the onions saying "Those are really good looking ones"
@bo_manjo saw Samini's ability to deliver good things "Feeding us with good music and also creating job for the people"
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