African BeeFarmers Union President Emphasizes Importance of Bees in our Lives:

President of Apimondia, Dr. Jeff Pettis, set for Tanzania honey show 2024.

African BeeFarmers Union President Emphasizes Importance of Bees

Hintusmedia, Tanzania – In a recent address to the African BeeFarmers, the President of the African BeeFarmers Union, Ambassador Agim Godwin Apple, spoke passionately about the crucial role that bees play in our lives.

The address came as the president prepared to assume his new position as the African Representative to Apimondia, the International Federation of Beekeepers’ Associations.

This role will see him lead the organization’s efforts in the upcoming Tanzania Honey Show in June, 2024.

Ambassador Agim Godwin Apple, President of African BeeFarmers Union and CEO of Cross River State Wildflower Honey, Nigeria.

“Bees are the unsung heroes of our ecosystem,” said Ambassador Apple. “They are responsible for pollinating a significant portion of the world’s crops, ensuring the continued abundance of the food we eat and the flowers we enjoy.

As beekeepers, it is our duty to protect and nurture these remarkable insects.”

Ambassador Soni Abang, Cross River State Rainforests, Boki.

The event will be attended by several distinguished guests, including Hon. Goddy JD Agba (GODILOGO), Ambassador Soni Abang, Ambassador Aisha Ibrahim, and Ambassador Filister Musa from Nigeria, as well as Dr. Alice Achi and the Cross River State Commissioner for Trade and Industry.

Alphunce Matata, Vice-President of African BeeFarmers Union and CEO of Malaika Honey Farms, Tanzania.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with President Pettis and the team at Apimondia to make the Tanzania Honey Show 2024 a resounding success,” continued Ambassador Apple.

“This event will not only showcase the best of African honey but also raise awareness about the importance of bees and the crucial work being done by beekeepers across the continent.”

The African BeeFarmers Union is a leading organization dedicated to supporting and empowering beekeepers throughout Africa.

With the upcoming Apimondia presidency and the Tanzania Honey Show 2024, the union is poised to make a significant impact on the global beekeeping community.

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