Endurance: Lady, 74, Treks 4 Hours a Day with Walking Stick to Her Farm

Endurance: Lady, 74, Treks 4 Hours a Day with Walking Stick to Her Farm

- A 74-year-old lady who lives far from where her farming land is walks with a stick for 4 hours daily to farm her soil

- The aged lady, named Janet Kokor, also crosses a waterfall on her daily commute with her stick as there is no footbridge at the spot

- She was given food items and farming tools by a charity TV programme

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It has emerged that Janet Kokor, a 74-year-old farmer in Ghana, walks on her feet with a stick four hours every day from her farm to her house.

The feature on the aged lady was sighted by Briefly.co.za on The Ghanaian Farmer, a TV show set around Ghana’s booming Agric sector to highlight Ghanaian farmers and made in Ghana food.

It is indicated that Janet Kokor who lives at Pabi, a town near Asamankese, always has to manage and cross a waterfall carefully not to fall inside due to the lack of a footbridge.

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Yet, her numerous challenges have not deterred her from using the little strength she has at her old age to cultivate crops for her own livelihood and to feed other mouths.

On February 14, 2021, the host of the show, Enyonam Manye, along with some of her crew surprised the 74-year-old farmer with goodies as a way of showing her love for her efforts.

The package given to the hardworking Janet Kokor included food items as well as farming tools to assist her to go about the farming duties more easily.

Meet 74-year-old lady in E/R who walks with stick 4 hours each day to farm

Meet 74-year-old lady in E/R who walks with stick 4 hours each day to farm Credit: @theghanaianfarmer
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In other news about farming, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a married couple who spent their Valentine's Day working on their farm. A woman identified as Mrs Zanga on Twitter has generated massive reactions on social media after posting that she and her lover tended to their farm on Valentine's Day.

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Sharing photos and a video, the woman said they captured how their day was going. Many people were amazed by the innocent disclosure that came with the pictures.

Luck smiled on the couple as a tweep, Aunty Ada, offered to pay for a date for the couple if they were really interested in going out. Mrs Zanga jumped at the offer, saying she was excited by the generosity as she thanked the person for making her day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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