Some 51 Ghanaian students have returned home from an agriculture training programme in Israel.
They left the country in 2018 for a practical agriculture training across cooperative farms in Israel called kibbutz.
The training lasted for a period of 11 months and provided the Ghanaian students the opportunity to acquire knowledge in greenhouse farming, among others.
They were received on arrival at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) on Sunday night, September 8, 2019, by the Acting Chief Director of the Ministry of Food And Agriculture, Robert Patrick Ankobiah.
They thanked the President of Ghana and all stakeholders for the opportunity given them, pledging to use the skills they have acquired to aid national development.
Mr. Ankobiah was positive that they would contribute greatly to the development of Ghana’s economy with the knowledge they have acquired in Agriculture.