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Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), in collaboration with the Ayawaso West Municipality, planted some cocoa and other tree seedlings along the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange to observe the Green Ghana Day.
Dr Emmanuel A. Dwomoh, Deputy Chief Executive in charge of Agronomy and Quality Control and Mr Emmanuel Ray Ankrah, Deputy Chief Executives in charge of Finance and Administration, led a delegation of directors and managers to conduct the exercise.
They were joined by the Mr Alex Assanvo, the Executive Secretary of the Ghana-Côte d’Ivoire Cocoa Initiative.
Dr Dwomoh said COCOBOD was excited about the opportunity to encourage the planting of cocoa trees by the general public. He added that planting the trees at the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange was a symbolic act as it commemorates the humble beginnings of Ghana’s cocoa industry.
Meanwhile, managers and staff of COCOBOD at various regional and district offices across the country, including its subsidiaries and divisions, also planted trees at their locations.
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