Popcaan buys $5.5m mansion in Ghana after ‘Year of Return’

Jamaica's music star, Popcaan, has bought another home in Ghana. The profoundly looked for after vocalist and musician uncovered this in a video he posted on Instagram.

Strolling through the lobby of his recently procured $5.5m house, Popcaan stated: "Over Africa mischievous man ting. Mi jus purchase mi spic and span house over Ghana. Yuh haffi have house everyweh!"

In another clasp, the Unruly Boss chastised different artistes for just needing houses in Jamaica.

Popcaan, who has throughout the years charmed himself to Ghana, landed in the nation as a major aspect of the Year of Return celebrations.

This procurement has been commended by numerous who trust it connects to the Government's 'Past the Return' plan which targets empowering Africans in the diaspora to put resources into the nation to make it a superior spot.

Ghana's President, Nana Akufo-Addo in his last visit to Jamaica urged Jamaicans to visit Ghana.

Popcaan isn't the main Jamaican superstar with some Ghanaian intrigue. Rita Marley, the spouse of Bob Marley, formally turned into a Ghanaian resident after she was respected with Ghanaian citizenship by President Nana Akufo-Addo a year ago.

Preceding her citizenship, Marley has lived in Ghana for over 10 years.

The artist, who migrated to Ghana in the mid 2000s was made a privileged resident of Ghana by the Ghanaian government in 2013. She had an effective remain in Ghana until she endured a stroke in 2016 on her outing to Miami.

From that point forward she has stayed under the radar.

The "year of Return" activity which was propelled in Washington DC has been praised with many depicting it as a colossal achievement.

As indicated by the Tourism Minister Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, Ghana's economy produced an aggregate of $1.9 billion through exercises identified with the "Time of Return". She stated: "There has been gigantic network contribution which has animated the nearby economy including hoteliers, visit working and other related organizations."

Information from 'The Year of Return' Secretariat in the initial nine months of 2019 additionally uncovered that there have been 80,862 additional appearances from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and other key objective countries than the figure recorded the earlier year.

The figures indicated that in-bound air terminal appearances from the United States of America expanded by 26 percent (17,455) and the United Kingdom by 24 percent (9,812). An authority noted, "Absolute air terminal appearances have expanded by 45 percent (237,088), contrasted with a year ago."

Everything began in December 2018 when on-screen character Boris Kodjoe and a portion of his Hollywood loved ones including; Nicole Ari Parker, Diggy Simmons, Micheal Jai White, Anthony Anderson (of Blackish), Rosario Dawson, Jidenna, Cynthia Bailey, Bozoma Saint John spent a huge piece of their month in Ghana.

Steve Harvey, Samuel L. Jackson, Deborah Cox, Ernie Smith, Irvin Mayfield, reggae band Third World, Luda Cris, Cardi B, Rick Ross, Kofi Kingston, Lupita Nyong'o, Danny Glover, T.I, Tiny, and Hisham Tawfiq likewise made separate outings to Ghana in 2019.


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