Photos drop as Akufo-Addo commissions West Africa's largest Green House Estate

Photos drop as Akufo-Addo commissions West Africa's largest Green House Estate

- President Akufo-Addo has commissioned seventy-five greenhouses and an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre, at Dawhenya

- It is the biggest green village estate in Ghana, and in West Africa

- Vegetables from this farm are already being sold at Shoprite, Farmers Market, Eden Tree, amongst others

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has today, August 13, 2020, commissioned seventy-five greenhouses and an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre, at Dawhenya.

It was constructed by the Ministry of Business Development and the National Entrepreneurship and Innovations Plan.

This happens to be the biggest green village estate in Ghana, and in West Africa at large.

According to President Akufo-Addo, the 75 greenhouses here can produce four thousand, five hundred (4,500) tonnes of tomatoes annually.

This according to the president would bring in a yearly revenue of some GH¢11 million, and employ a total of two hundred and thirty (230) people.

Vegetables from this farm are already being sold at Shoprite, Farmers Market, Eden Tree, amongst others.

READ ALSO: Mahama makes me wonder whether he has been in office before - Bawumia jabs

Nana Sapon said it is a great work

Great work. This is the way forward and it should be replicated in all districts.

Amofa Owuraku Chica said Nana is the change Ghanaians voted for

The change we voted for.. 4 more for Nana to do more for you

Brä Fîłå believes the gov't is working hard

This government is really working hard

Agasti De Agolo said the maintenance culture is a problem

maintenance culture is a problem I hope this doesn't go waste too

Kamran Boafo Ghansah said there should be more to be sold and ate

We should get enough to eat and sell some for money

READ ALSO: 15 Million Ghanaians have bank accounts thanks to MoMo interoperability - Bawumia

In other news, vice President, Mahamudu Bawumia, has revealed that due to the Mobile Money interoperability about 15 million Ghanaians have bank accounts.

The Mobile Money interoperability allows Ghanaians to move money from their bank accounts to their mobile money wallets and from the wallets to the bank account.

According to Bawumia, Ghana happens to be the first country on the African continent to adapt to the digitised way of handling and moving cash without moving.

READ ALSO: Ghana has lost its shine in Africa under Akufo-Addo - Mahama

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