In his speech, the premier said COVID19 has affected several lives, adding however, that agriculture has a huge chance to positively impact on our economy.
“Agriculture is the pillar of the economy, as plays a crucial role in its development. It is the main source of food, income and employment among others,” Dr Majoro said.
He urged Basotho to produce a lot of crops, so that in hard times like right now, they can stand a better fighting chance against hunger and poverty.
The project he said symbolises a public-private partnership that bodes well for increased participation of men, women and the youth in the national economy.