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Ghana Heralded As The Next Big Tourist Destination, And We Love It

By February 9, 2019Blog, News, PopCulture, Travel
Michael Jai White, Djimon Hounsou, Boris Kodjoe, Anthony Anderson, Jidenna [:en] Idris Elba, Michael Jai White, Naomi Campbell, Boris Kodjoe, Diggy Simmons, Djimon Hounsou, just a few names among the slew of stars who have been to Ghana lately. Behind this meet-up of box office stars, fashion royalty, and top creatives there is an ambitious strategy to make Ghana the major tourist destination. The Ghanaian government recently unveiled a 15-year-long tourism plan that seeks to increase the annual number of tourists to Ghana from one million to eight million per year by 2027. They are planning to raise $8.3 billion a year by 2027, plus associated benefits, according to the plan. View this post on Instagram Happy new year. I am so grateful to start my year in this amazing place with these incredible people around me. I feel blessed in my heart and empowered in my spirit. Thank you all for this transformative experience. I love you all. 🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭 #Ghana #FullCircleFestival A post shared by Boris Kodjoe (@boriskodjoe) on Jan 1, 2019 at 7:43am PST The Year of the Return Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo, announced earlier this year that 2019 was what he called “The official year of the return” for the African Diaspora. He is the architect of this plan to boost tourism and diversify the country’s economy by reaching out to its diaspora. As we always say it in the Imhotep family, the time is now for the

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