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Knust Student Plants to Feed the Vulnerable

This maize when fully grown and harvested will feed several vulnerable who have been affected by economic instabilities due to the COVID19 pandemic.

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Rexford Bonney; B4BONNEY, 3rd-year Telecommunications Engineering student of KNUST cultivates maize on a piece of land behind his house after the lockdown lift, 2 weeks ago.

This maize when fully grown and harvested will feed several vulnerable who have been affected by economic instabilities due to the COVID19 pandemic.

Maize is dry food and has a longer shelf life after harvest. It takes 60 to 100 days to be ready for harvest depending on the variety, hence, it grows within a very short time.

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Food commodities have been very expensive in these recent times due to the COVID19 pandemic, hence, the maize when harvested could be processed into Kenkey, banku, porridge, and many other foods that can be shared to the vulnerable for free.

The idea is to encourage young leaders to be productive with the little resources available to them to assist Ghana combat the COVID 19. The bigger picture is to see better leadership and a huge impact on national relevance.

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Bonney believes that we have a greater responsibility as humans and as leaders than politics and therefore we have to impact lives. He also believes that our little contributions in these times determine our ability to help make the world a better place.

How productive have you been after the lockdown shift? What have you done to assist Ghana’s fight against coronavirus so far?

STAY at HOME, STOP THE SPREAD & STAY SAFE

B4Bonney
SRC PRESIDENT HOPEFUL’20

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