Lovely photos of Samuel Jackson at a popular restaurant in Elmina drops

Lovely photos of Samuel Jackson at a popular restaurant in Elmina drops

- Celebrated America movie star Samuel L. Jackson has been captured in photos at a popular restaurant in Elmina

- The revered actor is in Ghana as part of activities marking The Year of Return

- He is currently shooting a documentary titled Sunken Slave Ship in the country

Photos of Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson have popped up online after The Year of Return took to its Facebook page to share photos of the American actor who is currently shooting a documentary, Sunken Slave Ship, in the country.

The world-acclaimed American film actor arrived in Ghana in August 2019 to participate in activities marking The Year of Return.

Samuel Jackson, whose films have made the highest total gross revenue, according to sources, is currently shooting a documentary on slavery in the country.

''Year of Return has called home some of Africa's great and famous sons and daughters from the Diaspora. Last night @samuelljackson who is in the country shooting a Documentary on sunken slave ships with a crew of divers of African descent stopped by Mabel's Table in Elmina for dinner and a conversation with myself and some of the Diaspora residents,’’ The Year of Return said on it's Facebook page.

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70-year-old Samuel L. Jackson is a recipient of critical acclaim and numerous accolades and awards.

Meanwhile, a young Ghanaian student of Mankessim MA. A. School in the Central region has awed many with his exceptionally creative drawing of the late Ebony Reigns after it was shared into a popular Facebook group.

While the toddler's name is yet to be known, his adorable artwork of the late sensational dancehall artiste has generated pleasant comments from members of the group.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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