Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped

Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped

The Ministry of Tourism has joined in discussions with stakeholders over best ways to improve the redevelopment of the W.E.B Dubois Center.

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The Center is located on immaculate grounds of serene beauty, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, Accra, which surrounds it near the city's centre. It is a complex of four major buildings which include the home where Dr. DuBois spent his last years, an Administrative building, the Marcus Garvey Guest House (simple rooms from $40 / Bed & Breakfast) and the tomb of Dr. DuBois and his dear wife Shirley Graham DuBois.

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Tourism minister Elisabeth Ofosu Ajare has thus expressed pleasure in being part of the discussions.

Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped
Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped
Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped

Collapsing W.E.B Dubois Center to be redeveloped

 

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