The struggle of Ghanas cocoa farmers African Countries where Black 1 day ago   07:25

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Cocoa is Ghana's main cash crop. After the Ivory Coast, the West-African country is the second largest cocoa exporter in the world. But the trees are sick.
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Paddy Maguire
Is there one, just one government on this lousy planet that isn't rotten to the core and exploiting it's people. God, your people need you.
Ato Nympha
I don't think Ghana government is that very serious abt the cocoa industry. That lot of billions they throw away every minute.ignorance and corruptions is worse than HIV. Ghana by now should be the magnate of cocoa products.
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