Year of Return: T.I. and wife visit Elmina Castle

Year of Return: T.I. and wife visit Elmina Castle

Famous American rapper, T.I. and his wife has visited the Elmina Castle as part of their visit to Ghana

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As part of the on-going 'Year of Return' campaign, T.I. is part of the top American celebrities to have visited Ghana.

Since he arrived with his wife and team, T.I. has visited some monumental places and the Elmina Castle happens to be the latest place he has visited.

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Clifford Joseph Harris Jnr as he is known in real life was welcomed at the Kotoka International Airport amidst drumming and dancing.

Ghana has become the scene of nonstop visits from famous Black American and Carribean celebrities as they pass through to mark the 'Year of Return', an initiative set aside by the government to commemorate 400 years of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Jamestown, Virginia.

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The 'Year of Return' initiative will see lots of African-Americans in the diaspora visit Ghana to experience and learn about their roots from Africa.

YEN.com.gh recently reported that as Ghana prepares to welcome and embrace the world to the country this December 2019, loads of black Americans are expected to be here.

American rapper, T.I arrived in Ghana with his wife and crew on Sunday, December 8 as part of the Year of Return initiative by Ghana’s Tourism Ministry.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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