- Nana Ama Agyemang, a hardworking Ghanaian has recently shared how venturing into farming has been beneficial to her
- In an interview, she revealed that she got introduced to maize farming by her brother and currently owns five acres of farmland
- The driven lady also shared that she gets around 50 bags of maize from a harvest and sells a single bag for GH₵300
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A hardworking Ghanaian woman known as Nana Ama Agyemang has recently been granted an interview on DJ Nyaami where she opened up about how she got into farming and how much she makes.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of SVTV Africa had Nana recounting that she chose to follow in her brother's steps to become a maize farmer, and she currently owns five acres of farm from which she makes about Ghc15,000 in sales.
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Sharing more about her story, the farm owner explained that she is able to harvest about 50 bags of maize with a bag selling for GH₵300. She added that her profit at the end of a harvest is around GH₵7,000.
Nana Ama intimated that there is a lot of money in farming, but unfortunately, many Ghanaian youths are only interested in jobs that would not get their hands dirty. She added that people are always surprised when they discover that a lady of her calibre owns a farm.
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The businesswoman shared more about her business in the video linked below;
Ghanaian Man Who Sells Kebab At Sowutuom Reveals He Sells Over 1,000 Pieces A Day
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a hardworking Ghanaian man named Alex was recently granted an interview where he opened up about selling Kebabs for a living.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel called Kay's recipes gh had Alex sharing that in a day, he is able to sell over 1,000 pieces of meat which prices at GH₵5 each. He added that he has been in the business for over 15 years and currently has seven employees.
The driven father of two has branches at various places in Sowutuom and admits that business has been good. Alex also mentioned that he mainly sells cow meat, goat meat, sausages and gizzards.
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