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Elections 2024: Industrial Farming Will Revolutionise Our Farming Industry – Nana Kwame Bediako

Leader and Founder of the New Force, Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly called Cheddar, has proposed a policy shift that he thinks could revolutionise Ghana's farming economy. 

Leader and Founder of the New Force, Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly called Cheddar, has proposed a policy shift that he thinks could revolutionise Ghana’s farming economy.

He emphasised that local farmers lack the needed energy capacity to turn around their fortunes massively.

In a video sighted by The Accra Times on X, Nana Bediako, while speaking to the people of Tamale on his nationwide campaign tour proposed what he called pragmatic ideas for the agriculture sector in the country – setting up enough processing plants to feed the enormous supply of produce from farms.

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“Farmers in this country are having to have problems with energy. We are talking about industrial farming here. That is the change that we want in this country. We are supposed to have a lot more food-processing plants to match the farming that we are going to harvest because if you don’t have the food-processing plant as well, you cannot grow to the export level,” he stated.

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He also affirmed his belief in the rich potential of Northern Ghana[Tamale] to contribute largely to the export industry, from internal trading to international exports of goods and services.

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“I believe that Tamale has the potential to export a lot of things, from Tamale to other parts of Ghana and other parts of Africa,” Bediako added.

The New Force leader also indicated that changing sectors such as agriculture, requires good leadership with foresight and ambition to achieve it.

“You just need good leadership, a leadership that can see into the future and help you with these things,” he concluded.


Nana Bediako is currently on a nationwide journey dubbed, A Vision Beyond Politics to empower communities, where he’s been speaking and engaging community leaders and stakeholders as part of his campaign to solidify his base going into the December 2024 General Elections.

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