Ghana Gov’t reportedly sells 60% of Golden Tulip Hotels to a Lebanese Company Lancaster

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Joy News writer Ernest Arhinful has unearthed a maneuver by the Ghanaian government that appears to grant a Lebanese corporation exclusive control of the much-loved Golden Tulip Hotels.

According to Ernest Arhinful of Joy News, the Ghanaian government has sold 60 percent of Golden Tulip Hotels to a Lebanese business.

The Lebanese company has legally communicated the name change, so the hotel in Accra will now be known as Lancaster Accra, while the one in Kumasi will be known as Lancaster Kumasi.

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They have assured the public that the name change would not interfere with the hotels’ normal operations.

In contrast, the hotel will undergo renovations to upgrade the bulk of its facilities.

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