- The founder of the luxurious hotel opened up about the story behind his hotel
- Nana Asamoah Yeboah Afari shared that, his fiancée at the time was a major reason for building the hotel
- He said The royal Senchi initially started as a garden restaurant in 1997 but has developed into a full-time hotel over the years
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Nana Asamoah Yeboah Afari, the founder of one of the recognised hotels in Ghana, has shared what inspired the establishment of The Royal Senchi Hotel in Akosombo.
Speaking in an interview with Ghana's top YouTuber, Wode Maya, Nana Asamoah recounted that, one of the motivating factors for establishing his hotel was the love he had for his fiancée at the time.
He explained that, his fiancée was into hospitality and he was the deputy director of a banana plantation in a rural area in the Eastern Region.
As a way to get her closer to him, Nana thought of establishing something she would love to do that will also keep her busy.
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He then decided to build a luxury hotel, Nana revealed.
Nana Asamoah was able to achieve that, but unfortunately, he ended up not marrying her.
Speaking more about his hotel, Nana shared that The Royal Senchi was established in 1997 as a garden restaurant, but with time, it developed into a full-fledged hotel.
Nana shared more about his hotel and his journey in the video linked below;
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that, Dancehall superstar, Stonebwoy, known in private life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, has had a fun weekend with his family.
The Putuu hitmaker took his wife, Dr Mrs Louisa Satekla (nee Ansong), their daughter, Jidula, and son, Janam, for a weekend vacation at Royal Senchi Hotel.
Also joining Stonebwoy and his family were members of his Burniton Music Group label.
Videos and photos from the special vacation have popped up showing Stonebwoy's family having a great time together.
In one of the photos, Stonebwoy and his wife were seen wearing life jackets as they readied for a ride on the Volta River.