Celebrated Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has depicted Ghana in a positive light to foreigners.
According to the award-winning musician, Ghanaians are welcoming people and they embrace different cultures.
The “Kpoo Keke” singer also noted that Ghana has a rich culture and a huge potential for economic growth.
He was speaking in an interview on Hot 97 radio station in New York to promote his upcoming album.
“Hundred percent, we love it! Ghanaians are welcoming. We are hospitable people. We are home to everybody. The Ghana situation is fire. There are some landlocked countries that you don’t have varieties. The infrastructure is actually getting there, to be honest.
Not only the Ashanti Kingdom; there are several other Kingdoms that need to be explored as well in Ghana, like the Volta, the North, the Western, and the Central. So it’s a beautiful place I would urge travelers to always make Ghana a December destination,” he asserted.
In addition, Stonebwoy urged the diasporans to prioritize investing in the nation’s most important industries.
“There’s a lot to know, a lot to learn, and a lot to bring in terms of ideology. I’m asking the diaspora to try and invest their intellect and finance as well in the motherland. With the $5,000 you can get some acres we could do business,” he continued.