Modern Ghana logo

FEATURED: Scientists Can't Prove God Wrong Yet Only A Few Believe In God...

body-container-line
body-container-line
Feb 9, 2019 | Celebrity

Bill Asamoah Gets Tourism Ambassador Appointment

By Modern Ghana
Catherine Afeku and Bill Asamoah
Catherine Afeku and Bill Asamoah

Award winning Actor and Lead Kumawood Act, Bill Asamoah, has been announced as the new Tourism Ambassador for Ghana.

The Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Catherine Afeku, revealed this.

The minister in a Facebook post revealed the actor was unanimously nominated by members of Kumawood [the local movie industry] after months of deliberation.

The actor took his appointment letter as Tourism Ambassador on Wednesday, February 6.
Madam Afeku stated, “Speaking with Bill, he revealed he was going to ensure the promotion of Ghana to the world through quality movies, and enhance the business aspect of film making to attract investors.”

27201960641 1j041q5ccw 9845459946224 7271477183430

Bill Asamoah is also the President for the Ashanti Regional Chapter of the Ghana Actors Guild. The actor is known for his roles in Kumawood movies like Sundiata, Kae (Remember) and The Mighty One.

According to the minister, Mr. Asamoah also intends to promote Government policies and agenda through Ghanaian films.

In 2017, the Ghana Tourism Authority under the auspices of the Tourism Ministry unveiled 30 ambassadors from different aspects of the creative industry to spearhead the “See Ghana, Eat Ghana, Wear Ghana, Feel Ghana” campaign.

Some of these ambassadors included, SP Kofi Sarpong, Fancy Gadam, D-Black, Reggie and Bollie, Nana Ampadu, Agya Koo, Okyeame Kwame, Sena Degadu and Lucky Mensah.

27201960641 uypcsferrm 1934554780678 7142412694688

Madam Afeku, said the aim of the Tourism Ambassador programme, was to partner influential persons to help drive tourism growth in and outside the country.

In her Facebook post, she assured Bill Asamoah, the Nana Addo-led government has not neglected the people of Kumasi in terms of Tourism, Arts and Culture development.

“We are trying our very best to make the industry attractive for both local and foreign investors to want to invest,” she added.

---MyJoyOnline

Powered By Modern Ghana
body-container-line