Governor Ayade makes case for free movement of Africans as Carnival Calabar takes off

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Governor Ayade Makes Case For Free Movement Of Africans In Continent, Preaches Humanity

Cross Rivers State governor, Ben Ayade has said the free movement of Africans within the continent will improve tourism growth and increase economic and commercial activities in Africa.

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He said border closure by countries within the continent has created bottlenecks for people who would love to travel from one place to another, stating that it negates the divine principle of humanity.

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It’s crunch time in Ghana regarding the Year of Return activities targeted at those of African heritage in the diaspora to make a return home to the ‘Gateway to Africa.’ Heeding the call by Ghana’s president, Nana Akufo-Addo for those making a return to explore Ghana’s tourism and heritage sites with a view of future investment is Hollywood star Lupita …

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Visitors traveling to Ghana during “The Year of Return” will not be obliged to own visas before traveling to the West African country. It follows the introduction of new measures by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that would enable visitors traveling to the country during “The Year of Return’ obtain visas-on-arrival. The directive from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will …

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