A young graduate farmer shares an beautiful story about her father and John Mahama

A young graduate farmer shares an beautiful story about her father and John Mahama

A young Ghanaian farmer, simply known as Aisha, has revealed details of how her father met with and provided support for Former President John Mahama.

She disclosed that her father owns one of the biggest farms in the Bole district of the Northern region.

The farm, she added, provided support for John Mahama when he first contested for the Bole Bamboi seat in Parliament.

A farmer with cattle

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Aisha went on to say that her father has never been formally educated, and for that reason, could play no role in active politics.

A woman holding a lamb

However, she went on, he was featured in a book written and published by the ex-president.

She further disclosed that her father currently has a land size of one square mile, on which he grows various crops such as cashews, mangoes, pineapple, pawpaw and shea nut. He also rears animals such as cattle and sheep.

A woman holding mangoes

Upon her graduation from the university, Aisha preferred to join her father on the farm, instead of applying for white collar jobs.

She has expressed her desire to partner with entrepreneurs who have a soft spot for agriculture, as she is proud of what she has been able to achieve with her father over the years.

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