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Citi Business Festival: Leverage social media to push Ghana’s agriculture – AIL CEO urges youth

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The Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Agri-Impact Limited (AIL), Daniel Fahene Acquaye has urged the youth to utilise social media to propel the country’s agricultural sector forward.

AIL is a private agribusiness firm with rich experience in agricultural advisory services, agribusiness project development and the provision of support to agriculture and agri-business-related fields.

Established in 2010, AIL offers unparalleled agri-business solutions to agricultural challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Speaking at the Citi Business Festival Agribusiness Forum in Accra on Friday, Mr Acquaye highlighted the immense benefits the youth could derive from leveraging social media platforms to promote the sector and its produce.

The forum was held on the theme “Understanding the Agribusiness Value Chain; Opportunities for Additional Revenue.”

The Agri-Impact Limited Group CEO argued that there was so much focus on other sectors than agriculture for which reason the youth were to tap into the sector.

He encouraged the youth to share their agricultural experiences, innovations, and success stories online to inspire others and attract investment.

The Citi Business Festival 2024 is powered by 97.3 Citi FM and Channel One TV in partnership with Absa Bank and is sponsored by MTN Business, GIRSAL, AMG Fertilizer, Nsano Ltd and Agri-Impact Limited.

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