In a proactive move to bolster the efforts of dry season farmers, Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for the Bekwai Municipal Assembly (BMA), undertook a field visit to assess the conditions of farmers in Daa and Achiase on Tuesday, 13th February, 2024.

Accompanied by the Municipal Director of Agriculture and a team of dedicated staff from the Bekwai Municipal Assembly, Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour engaged with farmers to gain insights into their challenges and needs during the dry season.

During the visit, the MCE demonstrated his commitment to supporting local farmers by providing them with free chemicals essential for their crops. This gesture is aimed at enhancing crop yields and ensuring a successful dry season farming period for the agricultural community in the region.

In his interactions with the farmers, Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour emphasized the importance of sustainable agricultural practices and reiterated the Bekwai Municipal Assembly's commitment to supporting farmers in various capacities.

The Municipal Director of Agriculture, who accompanied the MCE on the field visit, expressed gratitude for the collaborative effort between the local government and the farming community. The Director highlighted the significance of such initiatives in fostering agricultural development and improving the livelihoods of farmers in the Bekwai Municipality.

Local farmers in Daa and Achiase warmly received the support from the Municipal Chief Executive, expressing their appreciation for the timely intervention. The free distribution of chemicals is expected to have a positive impact on crop production and contribute to the overall growth of the agricultural sector in the region.

Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour assured the farmers of continued support from the Bekwai Municipal Assembly, emphasizing the administration's commitment to implementing policies and programs that promote sustainable agriculture and enhance food security in the municipality.

The field visit stands as a testament to the proactive approach of the Bekwai Municipal Assembly in addressing the needs of its farming community, particularly during critical periods like the dry season.

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