In a recent analysis, economic expert Mr. Kelvin Chisanga emphasizes the pivotal role of the agriculture sector as a key driver for productive investment and economic growth in Zambia.
Mr. Chisanga asserts that the efforts invested in agriculture should be considered of utmost importance, advocating for its prominence in Zambia’s economy.
Highlighting the financial potential within the agriculture sector, Mr. Chisanga notes that Zambia’s primary industry has already begun responding to the escalating demands for value addition in local produce.
He emphasizes the sector’s resilience, stating that agriculture poses minimal financial risks and boasts nearly 100% profit margins.
Mr. Chisanga underscores the global influence affecting regional and continental markets, creating disruptions and, simultaneously, presenting opportunities for agricultural commodities.
He believes that Zambia, along with other nations benefiting from favorable weather patterns, has a unique opportunity to capitalize on the growing demand for agricultural products in both local and international markets.
“With the current glowing dramatic global influence, the regional and continental market have since been disturbed, leaving an opportunity for agricultural commodities open with strong demands,” Mr. Chisanga states.
He urges nations like Zambia to leverage these favorable conditions and enhance productivity on a large scale. By doing so, these nations can contribute significantly to meeting the rising demand for agricultural products in the global market.
Mr. Chisanga proposes that, with concerted efforts and strategic investments, Zambia can tap into the potential market conditions and play a substantial role in supplying agricultural products to the world. This, in turn, would not only boost the country’s economic growth but also solidify its position in the global agricultural market.
As the agriculture sector continues to evolve and respond to changing market dynamics, Mr. Kelvin Chisanga believe that a strategic focus on this crucial industry can lead to sustainable economic development and prosperity for Zambia.