The get-rich-quick syndrome has changed the way youths see agriculture except in developing countries, even in the so-called underdeveloped areas. It’s a lot different in most developed societies where farmers get financial support from the government.
A model in an African country has taking things a bit too far in her bid to market agriculture to the world.
Her daring outfit is mad of palm fronds, palm fruits and something that looks like coconut shells hanging dangerously on her breasts.
Agriculture is life. It is also a money-spinning machine for those who tried hard to overcome the challenges of inaccessible lands; poor capital; and lack of a competitive market for farm produce, in developing countries.
Don’t you think it’s wise embracing agriculture as a way of life?