- A 22-year old award-winner, Jeffrey Appiagyei, has been lauded by the United States embassy in Accra.
- Appiagyei won an innovation contest in the year 2014 and has since then been working hard to make agric easier for farmers.
- His strategy helps farmers harvest farm products better and reduce post-harvest losses.
The United States embassy in Ghana has applauded the efforts of Jeffrey Appiagyei who is working hard to provide tools needed by Ghanaian farmers.
In a post on social media, the embassy noted that Appiagyei has resolved to change the face of agric in Ghana.
YEN.com.gh understands that he has implemented measures to make it possible for local entrepreneurs to build agricultural equipment.
This would then make it easy for farmers to adopt modern ways to produce food and reduce post-harvest losses.
His efforts have attracted words of commendation from some social media users:
Odetsi admitted that he has a lot of respect for Appiagyei.
Dent added that Appiagyei was doing great work.
In other news, a photo of the Densu river which was taken in the year 1914 has Ghanaians reacting in various ways.
The photo was reportedly taken at Nsawam in the Eastern region, where the river is located.
The town is located on a major railway and the highway to Kumasi in the Ashanti region. the river acts as a border with Adoagyir which is another town in the same region.
The Densu river acts as a source of water for both domestic and industrial use for people in and around Nsawam.
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