Visitors to Ghana don`t need to be afraid. Most cases are farmers and people, working in forest areas.
Executive Director of the African Research Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Dr John Amuasi says Ghana records an average of 9,600 snakebites every year.
There is the need for concerted effort by stakeholders to eliminate the number bites and of death caused by snakes every year, Dr Amuasi recommends.
Ghana’s biggest branding campaign “Year of Return” ended last year with heritage tourism being the core pull factor for the African American population. It will go down as one of the country’s biggest branding and tourism campaign and its effect was felt around the globe.
The “Year of Return, Ghana 2019” was both a spiritual and birth-right journey embracing the lost members of the Global African family the “Black American”.
August 2019 marked the 400 year anniversary of the first Africans were removed from the continent who were enslaved in the Americas first arriving in Jamestown, Virginia in 1619.
American superstar Wesley Snipes says he will be visiting Ghana very soon.
The visit will be part of government’s 2020 ‘Beyond The Return’ initiative to further attract Diasporans not to only visit but also invest in the country.
In a short video available to NEWS-ONE on Thursday, the actor who is otherwise known as Daywalker for his role in the award-winning film ‘Blade’, announced his visit saying, “I am on my way to Accra.”
As of to date, March 14, 2019, it is unfortunately just a cover up news. The castle cannot be visited at this time uninvited! There are no museum facilities!
The Ghana Museums and Monuments Board has said the Christiansborg Castle, popularly known as the Osu Castle is not a security installation but rather a museum.
Former Deputy CEO of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) - Akua Blakofe: Ghanaians are a special breed of greedy, evil people
Source: kasapafmonline. com - Former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) Oheneba Akua Manfo, popularly known as Akua Blakofe has expressed disappointment in the Akufo-Addo’s led Government on their failed corruption fight.
President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has announced that the World Bank has approved a $40 million grant to support the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Arts and its agencies to help upgrade tourist facilities.
The President said the Ghana Tourism Authority recorded a 20 per cent growth, recording over 600,000 visitations to various tourist sites under the “See Ghana, Eat Ghana, Wear Ghana and Feel Ghana campaign”.