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John Mahama shares plan to revitalize cotton industry

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Former President John Mahama has revealed his ambitious plans to revitalize the cotton industry in the Northern sector should he emerge victorious in the upcoming December 7th election.

The aim, he said, is to transform cotton farming into a more lucrative venture for local communities.

The unveiling of this plan took place during his engagement with the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs as part of his broader initiative, the Building Ghana Tour.

He explained that his vision for the cotton industry aligns with his broader economic strategies, emphasizing the importance of sustainable agriculture and rural development.

These proposed interventions, he added, not only target the immediate challenges faced by the declining cotton industries but also aim to create a conducive environment for long-term growth and prosperity in the Northern sector.

He again stressed that he would address the existing inadequacies in irrigation facilities, as he recognized the pivotal role water accessibility plays in agricultural success.

He said with this, he aims to enhance the overall irrigation infrastructure in the region, ensuring farmers have reliable access to water for their crops throughout the year.

This, in turn, he said, is anticipated to boost agricultural productivity and contribute to the economic well-being of the Northern sector.

He called on citizens to endorse the NDC for a better Ghana.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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