Christiana Quayson, who ignored her love to pick up agriculture, as a graduate of the Ghana Technology University College the training being received as an undergraduate from the university is helping him to shape the innovative ideas as a farmer.
Due to her father's love for computer, the alumni of the Wesley Grammar School while growing up, desired to become a computer programmer.
Bring exposed to computer at an early age, it triggered the passion in her of becoming a computer programmer, but the innovative ideas to excel as a farmer for her came as a result of her training in technology.
While speaking as touching her decision of becoming a farmer, she said, everyone has a goal or purpose in life, she has found hers and passionately cling to it.
She added that just as her childhood passion of pursuing a degree in programming was ignited by her Dad, so all so was the desire for agriculture triggered by her Dad also.
According her, she said her Dad had the undying passion for agriculture but the nature of his job wouldn't permit him to pursue if follow his desire.
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