Mr. Bernard Bempah, CEO of BEMCOM Youth Enterprises Skill Training Center in the Techiman municipality of Bono East region is drawing the attention of Ghanaians to the millions of opportunities in the agricultural sector.
According to him it’s disheartening to see our educated youths cry over unemployment and wallow in poverty whiles they could take advantage of the growing technologies in livestock farming to create jobs and wealth.
It is in this vain that he is calling on government and all stakeholders to partner his organization to train our youths in modern ways of farming and rearing animals to better the lives of the citizenry and reduce importation of food into our country to boost our local economy.
He made these observations in an interview with Peace News correspondent Nana Kwadwo Adu of Asta Fm in Techiman when BENCOM Training Center and their Germany partners held a 2-day workshop for pig farmers on artificial insemination.
Mr. Bernard Bempah, CEO of BEMCOM Youth Enterprises Skill Training Center in Techiman.
Some Pig farmers who participated in the training after receiving their certificates with joy shared their experiences with the Media.