Agriculture Business Development

The Ghanaian Farmer: Bringing African Farmers’ Voices to the Forefront

Enyonam Manye, a Ghanaian farmer
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Writes Winston Mwale

ACCRA, Ghana – “We want to showcase the real stories of farmers,” said Enyonam Manye, creator of The Ghanaian Farmer YouTube channel, in an exclusive interview with AfricaBrief’s Editor-in-Chief, Winston Mwale.

Manye is committed to bringing informative and uplifting stories from farmers across Ghana and Africa.

Manye utilizes a constructive journalism philosophy in her videos and narratives.

“I focus on solutions, not just problems,” she explains. “My goal is to inspire young Africans to take up farming.”

The Ghanaian Farmer provides an inside look at the day-to-day lives of farmers through interviews, farm tours, and educational content.

Manye spotlights change-makers who are transforming agriculture.

One featured initiative trains women farmers on business skills to run profitable operations.

“When you empower a woman, you empower a community,” says Manye.

Manye calls on the next generation to re-envision farming.

“We need young farmers with new ideas to lead Africa’s agricultural future.”

With over 40,000 subscribers, The Ghanaian Farmer is fast becoming a go-to source for illuminating Africa’s agricultural landscape.

“We give farmers a voice,” says Manye. “By sharing their stories, we can cultivate change.”

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