Steve Harvey Says Foreigners Should Visit Ghana First When They Come To Africa, He Explains Why In Video

Steve Harvey Says Foreigners Should Visit Ghana First When They Come To Africa, He Explains Why In Video

  • Steve Harvey has asked foreigners and Black people in the diaspora to visit Ghana as their first option when they come to Africa
  • According to the comedian, Botswana and South Africa should come second and third in that order
  • Steve was speaking to a large group of folks in the United States, most of whom were African-Americans

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Famous African-American comedian, Steve Harvey, has instructed anyone who plans to visit Africa to make sure they go to Ghana as their first choice.

Speaking to a large US gathering in a video that was remade by the WaleTheWave1 on their Instagram handle, Steve was seen speaking passionately as he tried to undo all the bad perception people in the diaspora have about Africa.

"Forget everything you've ever heard," Steve said at the very beginning of the video which has gone viral on Instagram with several thousands of likes and reactions.

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Photos of Comedian Steve Harvey speaking with passion about Africa
Steve Harvey speaking with passion Photo credit: @walethewave1
Source: Instagram

The famous US comedian then added that after Ghana, tourists should move straight to Botswana, which is blessed with many natural resources, including diamonds.

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"When you go to Africa, you have to go to Ghana first. Then you need to go to Botswana. They are the second biggest diamond-producing country in the world. And then you have to go to Johannesburg", he said.

Steve Harvey also told the massive gathering that many aspects of the African-American culture were gotten from Africa, which is the real source of everything. In his words:

"They're the beat, they're the soul and they are the hard work, we get our courage from Africans. When you see those people (Africans) they look just like your family.

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Steve Harvey praises Ghana police for being safe on the road

Meanwhile, the well-known African-American TV personality and comedian complimented Ghanaian police for making his nation a safe place to live.

In a recent interview, Steve discussed his interactions with Ghanaian law enforcement while on vacation there. He said that whenever the police pull him over, he gets a warning, or he pays them $100 and leaves.

"When I'm in Ghana and I get stopped by the police, I get a warning, a ticket or I give them $100 and I drive off. I've never since I've been over there, saw on the news that someone got pulled over by the police and shot. When I go to Africa, I'm free to walk around and I feel good everytime," he said.

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