My soul belongs in Africa - Steve Harvey makes emotional declaration in video

My soul belongs in Africa - Steve Harvey makes emotional declaration in video

- Steve Harvey was captured in a video interview with 3FM

- The popular TV star has been in Ghana to mark the Year of Return

- He made a strong assertion that Africa is his roots though his life has been lived mostly in America

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Steve Harvey has been captured in a recent trending video making a strong assertion about his home continent, Africa.

He was captured in a video as he sat for an interview with 3FM in Ghana.

Steve Harvey has been in Ghana as part of the Year of Return that was organized by Ghana for people in the diaspora to return home to visit their roots.

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The interview was with Giovani Caleb of 3FM and one of the past winners of Talented Kids was a panellist.

Steve Harvey explained in the video that he has been in America all his life, has had his family there, has had several childhood friends that he still links with, and has built his career in there.

At that point, he was quick to add that his soul still belongs in Africa.

Steve said because his life has been built in America, his heart belongs there, adding that, that does not rule out the fact that his soul belongs in Africa.

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Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, an unnamed 42-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh in India has suffered an untimely death after he was dared to eat 50 but died at number 42.

In a report cited by, when the incident happened, the man was rushed to a nearby district hospital but the doctors who were present could neither save his life nor tell the cause of his death.

The only logical conclusion that was drawn was that the man had overeaten.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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