Year of Return Did Nothing To Better Our Culture – Blakk Rasta

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Highly opinionated Blakk rasta has fired some direct shots at the organizers of the so-called Year of Return especially Ghana’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts.

The Reggae musician cum Pan Africanist in short footage sighted on his Instagram page made it emphatic that faded away celebrities trooping in Ghana cannot be called “a year of return” but rather a “year of tourism”.

He argued that in 1811, one Paul Coffie, a Ghanaian, introduced the concept of a year of return for obvious reasons.

“I think it’s a year of Tourism and not a year of return. People were sent out and are now returning. We are looking for people who will come home and connect with the African Spirit” he stated.

He further added that the Culture ministry should get involved and sell out the country through the rich culture rather than allowing these celebrities to come to Ghana and watch statues and dance around.

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