Parliamentary Aspirant urges youth to take up farming
Mr. King James Azortibah, the aspiring National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate for Walewale in the West Mamprusi District of the Northern region has urged the youth in the area not to shy away from farming.
He said if they took up the challenge to go into farming, they would have the greatest opportunities for a sustained livelihood and a better future.
Mr. Azortibah said this on Wednesday when he granted interview to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Walewale in the northern region.
The aspirant further tasked the youth not to waste their useful time looking for white-colour jobs as they rarely exist.
The 43 year-old Degree holder in Finance, promised to work hard to bring development to the district when voted as MP.
He also assured the aged of initiatives such as the provision of loans facilities to enable them to carry out income generating activities.
He urged the people to vote for him and appealed to them to conduct themselves well before, during and after the elections to ensure a free, fair and peaceful election.