- Agrisuites, a social media platform particularly created for farmers and other people in their value chain has been launched
- Two graduates from KNUST and three from the University of Ngoourdri in Cameroon came together to create the Facebook-like platform
- Prince Agyemang, the Lead for Product Development on the team spoke to Briefly.co.za
Two graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology have collaborated with three other students from the University of Ngoourdri in Cameroon to come up with a social media platform.
According to Prince Agyemang, the Lead for Product Development on the team who spoke to Briefly.co.za, the platform which works somewhat like Facebook or LinkedIn and is aptly called Agrisuites.
He further indicated that the entire team is made up of two clever students from KNUST and three other talented minds from the University of Ngoourdri in Cameroon. The group has been hugely successful in their endeavour and hopes it takes off and become popular.
AgriSuites is a social network platform created exclusively for food and agricultural professionals to connect with one another, share ideas and make use of its many digital tools to improve agricultural activities and ultimately enrich lives.
The platform takes into account the fact that a large percentage of farmers do not use platforms and therefore has a feature for them to link up using voice conversation.
Apart from simply connecting with other farmers on Agrisuites, the farmers will also have the chance to obtain information on the latest products, technologies, and other forms of useful updates through the Agrisuites.
Fabrice Abunde is the CEO of Agrisuits and Eyong Galvin serves as the Chief Technical Officer. Ndam David and Tiemuncho Habass are the other teammates.
In another powerful report, Attah Gad, a first-year junior high school student in Ghana, has created a moving aeroplane using the container of Sasso insecticide spray and other miscellaneous items.
Information obtained directly by Briefly.co.za suggests that the ingenious boy named Attah Gad comes from the Bono East Region, specifically from the town called Kintampo.
A close look at the toy created by Attah Gad reveals that he used capacitors and other electronic components to provide electrical power for the movements.
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Source: Briefly News