Comprendre les enjeux de l'agriculture

Since late 2023, the Ghanaian government can issue licenses for the cultivation, processing, distribution, sale, import, and export of this plant for therapeutic and industrial purposes.

Supporters see it as an opportunity to tap into a high-potential market accessible to a majority of Ghanaian players.

Others consider the risk of “selling” this potential to foreign interests and exacerbating the electrical distribution problems affecting the country.

Indeed, every year, Ghana experiences power outages, theft, and illegal connections, resulting in losses equivalent to a quarter of the production!


Source: Africa News