The President Akuffo-Addo led government has been singing the praises of the Year of Return initiative, touting the figures that it has pumped into the Ghanaian economy as their main reason.
Well, it seems they have not been wrong for celebrating the initiative. According to a report zionfelix.net has sighted, Ghana has made over $1.9 Billion through Tourism since the launching of the Year of Return initiative.
African Facts Zone, a popular facts brand and an up-to-date facts platform took to Twitter to post this figure.
They wrote: “Ghana’s Year of Return initiative had generated $1.9 billion through Tourism as at December 16, 2019,“
These figures, from all indications, are quite huge. Aside the monetary gains, the initiative has also put Ghana on the map as the go-to destination for diasporans looking to reconnect with the motherland.
Check out a screenshot of their post below…