- The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) outdoored two double-decker buses on June 1
- This is part of a campaign to promote tourism with a focus on domestic and regional markets
- The dancehall artiste, Stoenbwoy, joined the campaign to garner support from his fans and followers
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The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has outdoored two double-decker buses as part of a campaign to promote tourism with a focus on domestic and regional markets.
The GTA is urging Ghanaians to take photographs with the buses, which are known locally as Aunty Deede under the hashtags #ExperienceGhana and #ShareGhana campaign.
The campaign is spearheaded by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, the Ghana Tourism Authority, and the Ghana Tourism Federation (GHATOF).
As part of the campaign, industry stakeholders are offering discounted packages including tours, accommodation, transportation, and mouth-watering prizes to enable the public to experience all that Ghana has to offer in terms of tourism.
The campaign is expected to run for the next 18 months.
In some photos sighted on the Facebook page of GTA, the dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, joined the campaign to garner support from his fans and followers.
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In a separate story, love is beautiful when you find the right person, and a military officer recently stormed the workplace of his girlfriend to propose marriage to her.
While in his official working attire, his friend drove him to his girlfriend's workplace where she sold electronics.
In the clip sighted on social media, the military officer walks into the showroom to surprise his girlfriend whilst she was engaging another military officer who happened to have planned the unexpected proposal with her boyfriend.
YEN.com.gh previously reported a young man with the Twitter name, PBlue00, has finally earned his law degree.
In a post on his Twitter page, he expressed that he was delighted to have achieved his goals despite the challenges he encountered.
''Dear family, I’m happy to say I’m a law school graduate! The journey wasn’t easy,'' he said.
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