Ghanaians need to create new things so visitors would come back for more – John Dumelo

Actor and NDC sympathizer John Dumelo has sent some words of advice to the leaders of Ghana on how to manage the country’s natural resources as well as tourism center to help boost tourism in the country.

The celebrated actor who was sharing his views on why most people around the world visit Dubai frequently stated that are always creating new things unlike Ghana where we only create temporal new crafts when it is a festive season.

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He shared: “I love what I saw in Ghana this dec. Loads of visitors, events etc. For 10 days Ghana was like Miami or Dubai. Kudos to all the event organizers and musicians for outstanding shows. What we have to do now is to create more events and build more tourists attractions. So you visit Ghana, you go to Kakum, Wli and Cape coast castle. What will make you come back again? Nothing! Like Dubai, they are constantly creating new things for visitors to come back. That’s what Ghana needs to do. We have the potential of being the Dubai of Africa. If we stay Focused, Dubai will be become the Ghana of Middle East. We can surpass Bali, Singapore and Greece as the number one tourist destination. Let’s leave politics out of this debate for once and together let’s make Ghana a better place. God bless our homeland! #Ghana#weareblessed#itstimeforustoshine.

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Qwame is currently a student of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing a degree in Public Administration. He is a delighted Staff at Ghpage gratefully working hard to cause a change in the world. Loves to read, play football, video games, and researching at his spare time.