President John Dramani Mahama plans to enter into large scale farming when his tenure as leader of the country ends, Chief Dele Momodu has revealed.
The Ovation magazine head, who has been a close confidante of the President, revealed the news in a series of Instagram posts, alongside photos of Mahama admiring his upcoming projects.
The President leaves office on January 7, when his successor Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is sworn in. That leaves at least a three year stretch of indolence for Mahama, especially if he plans to not lead the NDC in opposition.
According to Momodu, the President plans to become “a major poultry farmer, cattle-rearer, [and] rice farmer” going forward.
Below, check out photos of Mahama visiting his farm and admiring the work ahead of him in retirement.