Coconut Festival: Residents of Moree promote Agriculture during the maiden edition of coconut Festival

Coconut Festival at Moree

Coconut Festival: Residents of Moree promote Agriculture during the maiden edition of coconut Festival

Regent of Moree, Nana Obokese Ampah together with with Asafohene of Bentsil, Nana Kwesi Atomu (An African American) in collaboration with the Moree traditional council commerce the maiden edition of Coconut Festival at Moree.

This event is aimed at promoting agriculture in Central Region was held on 17th of October, 2023.

Nana Kwesi Atomu used the opportunity to assured the community of his support together with his friends from diaspora and will do everything within his power to make sure the community develops through togetherness. Taking about his return to Moree…

“Two years ago, there was something that came upon my soul that felt that it was time for a symbolic individual to get up and that individual is an individual that incooperative the journey for me to be you. I never knew I was going to grow at this level but it did”
“When I started the journey, I felt it only befitting I introduce to you the origin of my healing process that brought me home, where I am actually home. I am a child of Ghana but more specifically, I am Nana of Moree”

He used the opportunity to introduce newly enstolled chief, Nana Abakah II.

Speaking to the media, Nana Obokese Ampah emphasized on the theme used during their festive season dubbed “Unveiling Opportunities In Agri-Business and Tourism” stating that, the theme energies them to use this event to promote healthy lifestyle and togetherness through agriculture ( Coconut Festival).

He promised the youth of opportunities for those who want to learn farming as alternative to those not interested in fishing.

He ended by calling the Regional Minister, Hon. Justina MariGold Assan and MP for AAK constituency, Hon. Elvis and the sitting President of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Afdo to come to their aid and complete other facilities promised as part of the landing beach. That’s the Day Care School and Hospital.

Also, the road leading the community to Moree Senior High School is in a bad state and needs rapid attention. Teachers and students can’t use the road when it rains.

He finally thanked all those who came to help celebrate the “Coconut Festival”

Source: DjQwequ

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