Beyond the Return Q & A: Black Americans in Ghana #6
As I meet various Black Americans living or visiting Ghana, I will ask each guest 4 questions regarding their stay in Ghana. Each question is geared to help our international and domestic audience create an experience in Ghana that will be fullfiling and rewarding for everyone involved. We believe this series will help improve Ghana / Black American relations and continue to allow Ghana to be a lighthouse for members of the Diaspora worldwide.
Today’s spotlight is on Ka from New Jersey. Ka is currently in Ghana visiting from the 15th of March to the 29th, 2020. When asked why is decided to visit Ghana Ka shared “I’ve heard Great things about Ghana for years and wanted to see it for myself”
Most Pleasant Surprise
Anything that you need can be brought on the street from vendors; food, books, toiletries etc.
COVID-19 virus making all tourism and business closed while I’m hear.
One Positive Tip
Explore, explore, explore and eat as much as you can.
One Tip of Caution
Come with someone or know someone here that will show you around.
Have you or someone you know visited Ghana, and would like to be apart of our on going series "Beyond the Return, Black Americans in Ghana" ? Answer the four questions above and send a high-quality photo of you In Ghana (preferably horizontal. (Only you in the photo, no kids, no pets, no spouse) to my Instagram page www.instagram.com/Rashad_McCrorey and I just may include you next article. We may not be able to use every submission or post your article in a timely manner but we will create as many articles as we can and post them as often as we can
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