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GHANA TOURISM: THE WAY FORWARD

November 20, 2014

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This article entitled Ghana unveils tourism development plan appeared on the Ghana Tourism Authority’s social media sites. It sparked an exchange initiated by one Olivier Malinur. There were four comments. I copied and pasted the first two on the Scrap Short term Tourist Visa to Ghana site, but then when I went to copy the […]

Africa Travel Association Congress Opens in Uganda + (2)

November 13, 2014

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Yes, the Africa Travel Association Congress opened with much fanfare..His Excellency Yoweri K. Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda was in attendance. and so was the US Ambassador to Uganda …just shows you how important tourism is to that nation…if only in Ghana! Ghana last hosted the Africa Travel Association Congress in May, 2006 […]

….and the winner is? GHANA!

November 7, 2014

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Should you follow the SCRAP SHORT TERM TOURIST VISA TO GHANA campaign on Facebook, you might have read a little debate on the recent Ghana Tourist Board exercise going around the country holding awards ceremonies. I was somewhat hostile to the program given the fact that it seems that’s all the GTA (Ghana Tourism Authority) […]

GHANA DAY @ WTM NOVEMBER 5, 2014

November 5, 2014

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Yes, today is the day Ghana is showcased to the world! Here is our Minister of Tourism’s address to the WTM. Enjoy! My comment on social media: “ANY ANNOUNCEMENT? GHANA TOURISM NEEDS A BOOST!“

GHANA TOURISM AUTHORITY AWARD CEREMONIES

November 4, 2014

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I’ve held off on the latest round of Ghana Tourism Award Ceremonies that have been taking place fast and furious over the past couple of weeks and will continue through to mid December when the national awards will take place. But this post appeared on the SCRAP SHORT TERM TOURIST VISAS TO GHANA page following […]

IMANI’S FRANKLIN CUDJOE IN MOROCCO

November 2, 2014

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Just recently, Ghana’s relentless civil society crusader Franklin Cudjoe, Founder and CEO of Imani Centre for Policy and Education, was in Morocco attending a yearly event THE ATLANTIC DIALOGUES. He took and posted some pictures on his Facebook Page. The first one even became his cover page and the second one I commented on: “Christopher […]

MOROCCO: ALREADY THERE!-NO TOURIST VISAS!

November 1, 2014

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Morocco was at the Salon International Tourisme Voyages in Montreal last weekend. Yes, tourism to a large extent drives its economy as reflected by its liberal tourist visa policy exempting most countries. But there’s another photo that I want to share with you, a photo that went viral! Incidentally, the photo above was carried on […]