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The Second Lady, H. E. Samira Bawumia, over the weekend made a strong case as to why Ghanaians must support the government's flagship programmes - especially the ones which provides food security for the people. 

In her argument, it's only under this Nana-Bawumia NPP government that the country is for the first time in decades, experiencing bumper harvest and good rainfall. 

This, she attributed to the carefully selected PF&J programme being spearheaded by the Agric Minister. 

During a visit to the newly built Atonsu market, in the Asokwa constituency,  Mrs Bawumia could not hide her excitement upon seeing foodstuffs in an unprecedented abundance, particularly in the dry season which hitherto, was a time of scarcity. 

Praising the president, the Agric Minister as well as her husband the vice president, the second lady passionately commended them for allowing God to use them to bless this country. 

"Never in our youthful age did we experience such a bumper harvest like we are seeing now. Everywhere in Ghana, on every roadside all you see is plantain and other farm produce and we owe this government huge appreciation" she added. 

In her view, the massive development in the country was due to the fact that those leading Ghana have divine connection with God and are directed by strong will to move the nation forward. 

On their part, most market women were full of admiration for the second lady, the president and the government, especially with the coming to force the Free SHS and Planting for Food and jobs.


Source: Peacefmonline.com

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