A group of top American celebrities are in Ghana and they have had breakfast with the president of the land, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Led by Boris Kodjoe, the celebrities who are visiting Ghana as part of the Tourism Industry’s Full Circle Festival had breakfast with the president on Saturday at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra.
Most prominent celebrities in attendance included Nicole Ari Parker, Rosario Dawson, Anthony Anderson, Jidenna, Ebro Darden, Michael Jai White, Gabourey Sidibe, Cynthia Bailey, Bozoma Saint John, Jay Morrison Mike Hill as well as Catherine Afeku, Ghana’s Minister of Tourism.
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Celebrating and honoring Ghana’s ancestry and generational legacy is what the Full Circle Festival is all about.
Australian born actor with Ghanaian decent Boris Kodjoe had promised on an earlier visit to Ghana that he would bring the topmost American celebrities to Ghana for an enlightening cultural trip. He said in a video that he was bringing 40 of the world’s renowned celebrities to Accra to experience the country’s rich culture and history.
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Boris was appointed an Ambassador of Film for Ghana by Catherine Afeku, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture in May 2018.
“…being that my father was from Ghana and we visited my grandmother, my cousins and my uncles. Every holiday we had, makes me really connected to our country,” he said.
“That’s why I’m so excited to bring 40 of my famous friends, some of the world’s top celebrities to Accra in December so they can meet the people, feel the culture, connect with the energetic heritage, they can relax on the beaches, tour the castles and then share their experience with the with millions and millions of follows around the world,” the actor added.
Homecoming to Ghana in December might just be the hottest thing in Africa right now, and Ghana needs to take full advantage.