Ghanaian Artist Patrick William Dodoo Promotes Ghana At Presidential Mentorship Retreat In Nigeria

Patrick Dodoo is a Ghanaian based international artist who has told many of Africa’s untold stories through his art pieces.

The young artist has over the years been successful at getting his works to many African leaders with the hope of promoting unity through arts.

The first edition of Presidential Mentorship Retreat Program was held in Nigeria where Patrick was acknowledged as a speaker.

the SDGs Ambassador took to his social media to highlight some of the key activities during the event.

“THE ARTIST AND THE FARMER

THE UNTOLD GRACE

#SDGSARTAMBASSADOR

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Chief Olusegun Mathew Okikiola Aremu Obasanjo,

GCFR, is a former Nigerian Army general who was President of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007

The Ota farm owned by the former president Olusegun Obasanjo is one of the largest farms in Nigeria boasting of a variety of poultry, livestock and food products.

Agriculture plays a crucial role in the economy of any country. It is a very lucrative sector especially if the country has the necessary natural resources for the development of agricultural activities.

For the African continent with its difficult climatic conditions, the development of agriculture and provision of food for the population is a matter of the prime importance.

Developing the agricultural sector does not only involve saturating the market with food but also providing artistic creativity for attractive jobs for the population living in rural areas. “

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