In November 2019, 126 African-Americans and Afro-Caribbean’s were granted citizenship, in a ceremony that marks 2019 as the Year of Return.
500,000 tourists are expected to visit Ghana during the Year of Return, a considerable increase from the 380,000 that visited in 2018. Visa on arrival for some and waive off of Visa charges have been introduced.
The government also plans to invest in educated returnees to help boost the economy through employment.
Is investment in human capital the way to boost Ghana’s economy?
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