- US film star Danny Glover has paid a courtesy visit to Archbishop Duncan-Williams
- Danny Glover is in the country as part of his “Jamestown to Jamestown” historic visit to Ghana
- Photos of his visit to the presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry have surfaced online
American actor, film director and political activist, Danny Glover, has paid a courtesy call on His Eminence, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, at his office as part of his “Jamestown to Jamestown” historic visit to Ghana.
Danny Glover is currently in Ghana as part of activities marking the “Year of Return, Ghana 2019”, a major landmark spiritual and birth-right journey inviting the Global African family, home and abroad, to mark 400 years of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Jamestown, Virginia.
The Year of Return 2019 has seen revered African-American celebrities and individuals of African descent flock into the country including US TV star Steve Harvey and Angel McCoughtry, WNBA Basketball Player and 2-time Olympian.
While details of Danny Glover’s visit to the presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry is yet to be known, photos of his visit have dropped after the official Facebook page of Archbishop Duncan-Williams posted it on its platform
Meanwhile, a young man became the apex of admiration when his height attracted lovely ladies around him at the 2019 Chale Wote Festival, an annual event organized to display mind-blowing crafts and artistry in James Town, Accra.
While the young man’s name was not disclosed, his senior brother, Delis, with Twitter name @delisworldwide, took to Twitter to recount moments when his younger brother stole the show at an event meant to entertain people through the appreciation of craft and artistry.
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