‘I’m Funding A Trip To Bring A Lot Of African-Americans To Ghana Soon’ – Steve Harvey Discloses

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American comedian, author, TV host and actor Steve Harvey has disclosed that he is personally funding a trip that will bring a lot of African-Americans to witness the slave castle in Cape Coast and experience Ghana’s rich culture after savouring it at first hand when he came here during the Year of Return programme few months ago.

Steve Harvey is in the country again to promote his TV show, Family Feud and he hooked up with Giovanni Caleb for an interview on 3FM where he revealed that his experience at the Cape Coast castle has influenced his decision to bring his friends to Ghana.

“I’m actually going to form a trip to bring a lot of African-Americans to three cities but I want them to see Ghana first because they have to see the slave castle, culture of the city and how vibrant it is,” Steve Harvey said on radio.

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He said, he didn’t understand the popularity of Ghana until he visited in August this year.

“When I went to the slave castle with my family, it was so emotional for African-Americans to come here. Aside, my father, there is no records of my grandfather because he was a slave. So to come here to the slave castle and see what they did us and where they took us from, is very emotional”, he told Giovanni.

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Talking about his African version of the Family Feud, the celebrated humorist said the show is expected to be recorded in Johannesburg, South Africa, with auditions in Ghana scheduled to be held on November 22 & 23 at the forecourt of TV3.

He said, “My heart is in America but my soul is Africa.”


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