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Published on Jun 25, 2012
The Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) is to establish a Tractor Assembly Plant in the Northern Ghana, to help boost agriculture.
The Plant which is expected to produce an average of 1,000 tractors a year is to satisfy both domestic needs, as well as international demand within the West African sub-region.
Siting of the new plant in the region had become necessary because of the enormous fallout from the activities of SADA.
This was made known by the Vice President, Mr. John Dramani Mahama, when he presented 100 tractors and other agricultural inputs valued about 24 million dollars to farmers, at a function in Tamale dubbed: "BRINGING PROSPERITY TO THE NORTHERN SAVANNAH".
The deployment of the 100 tractors to the farmers was to provide speedy access to ploughing and harrowing for some 16,000 farmers throughout the SADA zone.