A 23-year-old young Geography student has revealed how he pays his school fees and takes care of himself and his family through farming.
Perry Appoh a young Geography student at the University of Ghana, in an interview with MultiCBD, highlighted how fulfilling farming is and encouraged the youth to go into farming instead of engaging in illegal activities.
He says through farming he is able to pay his school fees and cater to himself and his family.
Perry further revealed that he has been interested in farming since he was a kid and he started following his father to the farm at a tender age and developed love for the occupation.
In the interview (watch below), the student showed the vast farmlands he handles and the variety of crops he cultivates.
Perry also revealed that he also does fish farming in addition to crop farming and rears fish like mudfish, snake fish, and tilapia.
He added that his knowledge of geography has helped him a lot in producing quality yield and also says he uses only organic fertilizer for his crops. Perry encouraged the youth to get into farming as it is a profitable venture.
His father is a renowned farmer, having won second best farmer in his district in 2017.
Now that Mr. Appoh is old, Perry has taken over the family business and runs the daily activities on the farms.
Watch the interview below:
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