Beyoncé isn't in Ghana in spite of bits of gossip that she has been seen in the West African nation, her mom has affirmed.
Tina Knowles-Lawson, who is now in Ghana on a private visit and to likewise have a vibe of the 'Time of Return' exercises, said her little girl is seeing to nurturing obligations back in the U.S.
"She's at home. She's with her infants," Knowles-Lawson told Essence.
Bits of gossip are additionally across the board in the previous British settlement that the honor winning American is booked to perform at the Afro Nation music show as Ghanaians flood their internet based life courses of events with assumed pictures of Beyoncé at various areas in Ghana.
In any case, her marketing specialist , Yvette Noel-Schure expelled those bits of gossip out and out, saying: "This isn't valid."
In an Instagram post, Noel-Schure focused on: "Beyoncé isn't acting in Ghana this end of the week," including, "To all who have come all the way back', 'have the most lovely time."
Ghana's year-taxing Year of Return program has seen a variety of big names over the globe advance into the nation to investigate, learn and value their underlying foundations, just as, join with Africans on the mainland.
Steve Harvey, Nicole Ari Parker, Ludacris, Rick Ross, Diggy Simmons, Micheal Jai White, and Bozoma Saint John have been among a large group of big names to have spent a noteworthy piece of their month in Ghana.
Ghana's economy has produced a sum of $1.9 billion through exercises identified with the "Time of Return."
A portion of the exercises that have added to this figure incorporate air travel, inn settlement, transport tolls, just as other key excitement occasions.
“There has been tremendous community involvement which has stimulated the local economy including hoteliers, tour operating and other related businesses,” Ghana’s Tourism Minister Barbara Oteng-Gyasi said during the inauguration of a tourist center at Anomabo, a town in the Central Region.