Ghana Tourism Authority Pays Homage To Dead Black Panther Star
Ghana as known the gateway to Africa has always proven to the Africans I n the diaspora that it’s indeed a home for them. Just last year “The Year of Return” was observed and many great celebrities come to their root.
The Ghana Tourism Authority, together with the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture and the Diaspora community in Ghana has honoured Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman who passed away recently after battling with colon cancer.
Holding a minute silence for fallen heroes at the unveiling of the seven pillars of the Beyond the Return in Accra Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Authority, Akwasi Agyeman said
” May I respectfully request that we all rise for a minute silence…for our ancestors who went through the tortures journey of slavery, two, for our brothers and sisters who have fallen in recent times especially our brother Chadwick of Black Panther fame and yesterday in Cape Coast, Elolo Gabin for those of who have been in emancipation and panafest, you know Elolo is no more.”