A young Ghanaian man, Nana Ofori Kyei, is contributing his quota to national development by setting up a huge factory in Nsawam which produces palm wine
Nana Kyei explained in a brief interview that he found an innovative way to seize the fermentation to prolong the shelf-life of the beverage
Several netizens were impressed by the innovation and took to the comments to share their thoughts.
A Ghanaian man, Nana Ofori Kyei, has developed a unique way of producing and storing palm wine, which has impressed many. In a brief interview he had at a bazaar, Nana Kyei explained that he found a creative way to seize the fermentation of the beverage that extends its shelf-life for up to three months.
He added that the palm wine was completely natural with no added preservatives. Nana Kyei also said that he has a factory in Nsawam where he manufactures the product and distributes it to other parts of the country. According to Nana Kyei, the product is the first of its kind in West Africa.
Several netizens were impressed by the product and what the young man has achieved. They took to the comments to share their thoughts. YEN.com.gh samples a few below.
Y’all support this guy. He will be great!
Queenstar Entsie commented:
Keep going high. You do all
Great man. I personally know this guy. He would achieve higher heights
Tougan Smith Kent asked: Meanwhile, his age mates are blaming the government for hardship