- Steve Harvey has arrived in Ghana with his family
- The American TV star was welcomed by Tourism minister, Barbara Oteng Gyasi
- Harvey has visited the offices of Springfield Group and met its CEO Kevin Okyere
Steve Harvey, the American TV star, has arrived in Ghana with his family as part of the 400th anniversary of the start o the slave trade which has been dubbed Year of Return.
Arriving in Accra, Harvey was welcomed by the Minister for Tourism, Creative Arts, and Culture, Mrs Barbara Oteng Gyasi.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the minister was seen decorating the American star who wore a beautiful made kaftan, with a piece of kente.
Speaking after the decoration, Harvey revealed that a Ghanaian designer had made the kaftan and presented it to him upon his arrival in Ghana.
Later Harvey left for the offices of Springfield Group where he met and had discussions with the founder and CEO, Kevin Okyere.
In photos from the visit to Springfield sighted by YEN.com.gh, Harvey was dressed in white top believed to have come from the same Ghanaian designer with a white hat to match.
Okyere whose Springfield was estimated by Forbes to be worth one billion dollars ($1bn) in 2018 was all smiles as he welcomed Harvey.
The two after having a chat and laughing were seen watching a game draughts between some of the workers at Springfield.
Harvey's arrival in Ghana comes just about two months after the Springfield Group CEO sat with him on his popular programme, ‘‘Steve TV Show’’.
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