Collins Amo Supports Farmers Day With Cash

Dr. Collins Amo


CEO of Aduro Ye Herbal Center, the producer of Obuasi bitters, Dr. Collins Amo, has donated GH¢15,000 to the celebration of the 39th National Farmers’ Day in the Obuasi East District.

As part of his company’s Corporate Social Responsibilities, the businessman made a similar donation to promote Farmers’ Day in the same district last year.

Dr. Amo, who presented the money to the planning committee, stated that the gesture was intended to aid in the organization of the event as well as to commemorate the tremendous achievements of farmers in the district.

He praised farmers for their role in food security and for braving the storm to put food on residents’ tables.

According to him, Ghanaian farmers face huge problems, including unpredictable weather patterns, yet they continue to work hard to feed the public, and they should be celebrated.

He was optimistic, however, that the gesture would encourage the famers to continue working hard to promote the country’s economic development.

Chief Executive for the Obuasi East District, Faustina Amissah, received the donation on behalf of the organizing committee and thanked the CEO of Aduro Ye for his continuous support of the Farmers’ Day event.

According to her, the support will go a long way toward ensuring the event’s success, and she added that the district was poised to reward farmers for their consistent contributions to the economy.

The Obuasi East District’s version of the 39th National Farmers’ Day will be held at Mampamhwe in the district with the theme, “Delivering Smart Solutions for Sustainable Food Security and Resilience.”


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