The Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah has urged the Saviour Church of Ghana to take advantage of the Green Revolution Programme, a provision in the NDC manifesto for 2017-2021 to set up a mechanical center for its numbers. The next government of the NDC seeks to establish agricultural mechanical centers with at least 10 tractors, all equipped with the full complement of implements in all the districts in the country to help farmers boost agricultural production and to ensure food security. The Chief of Staff was speaking at the church’s convention at Osiem in the Eastern Region which he represented the President John Dramani Mahama. He was optimistic that with the unprecedented track record of the church with regards to sustainable farming, the facility would go a long way to help its members in the modernization of their agricultural programmes. He used the occasion to thank Ghanaians for given President Mahama led administration the nod in 2012 to lead them and requested that they do same this year but with decorum and devoid of fighting. The Regional Minister, Mavis Ama Frimpong reminded the church members and Ghanaians at large of the numerous developmental projects the government is embarking on such as road construction, establishment of schools and health facilities and provision of potable water. She appealed that the president is given another four year term to complete all he has started.
Source: ERCC – PR Unit