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Nana Serebour adjudged 2022 National Best Farmer

Nana Serebour adjudged 2022 National Best Farmer

Nana Yaw Sarpong Serebour has been adjudged best farmer at the 38th National Farmers’ Day celebrations.

The mixed crop and livestock farmer takes home GH₵1,000,000 and two night all-expense paid stay for two at the Peduase Valley Resort.

Mr Serebour owns about 900 acres of oil palm plantation, 65 acres of cocoa plantation, 36 acres of cowpea, 37 acres of cassava plantation, and also breeds cattle, sheep and goats in the Ashanti Region. 

This year’s farmers’ day celebration was held at Koforidua Jubilee Park under the theme; ‘Accelerating agricultural development through value addition’.

Adjei Fosu Seth from Kintampo North closely followed Mr Serebour to emerge first runner up.

He went home with a tractor, trailer, ploughs, and sprayer.

The second runner-up went to Professor Akwasi Asabre Ameyaw from Techiman North in the Bono East region. He received a tractor with other Agricultural tools.

The national best female farmer went to Yaa Adjeley from Wassa. She received a cash prize of GHS100,000 and a study tour of Ghana.

The overall national best fisher went to Alex Cudjoe from Elmina in the Central region. He received a double cabin truck.

Christiana Modzifa from West Gonja was the first runner-up and received a modified tricycle, outboard motor, deep freezer and a 44-inch television.

Clement Addai Anokye from Kyebi came in as the second runner-up. He received a modified tricycle, outboard motor and a deep freezer.

Other winners included Joyce Dapaah who was crowned most enterprising female farmer, Peter Painstil as national most promising young cocoa farmer, and Bobie Akutusi as national best sheer nut picker.

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