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Ghana Festival-New York launch slated for April 30, 2022 in Accra

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

Ghana Festival-New York launch slated for April 30, 2022 in Accra

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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IS A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY

National development is indeed a share responsibility between strategic actors including the government, religious bodies, corporate organizations, chieftaincy institutions, civil society organizations and transnational associations of immigrants. Certainly, an effective interplay between all these key stakeholders mentioned above has always been a vital panacea for national development and progress.

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

In a relentless effort to find a kind humane, innovative and farsighted ways to contribute immensely to the development agenda of the Republic of Ghana by Ghanaians living abroad, a group of smart patriots in the Ghanaian communities of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut came together and created this noble organization called National Ghana Parade Council (NGPC). This group was created purposely to rally all Ghanaians and their well-wishers in the United States of America to build capacity, generate ideas and mobilize resources to support the development initiatives of Ghana.

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

To achieve the inscribed vision and mission, National Ghana Parade Council (NGPC) has been working in cordial collaboration with appropriate state and private institutions including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ghana Embassy in Washington DC, Office of the Consulate General in New York, Office of the Ghana Mission to the UN, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Electoral Commission, Ghana Investment Promotion Center, Ghana Exim Bank, Ghana Ports and Harbor Authority, Ghana Immigration Service, Ghana Shippers Authority and
countless other private organizations.

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

The Ghana Festival-New York is a flagship annual event instituted by the National Ghana Parade Council (NGPC) to rally members of the Ghanaian communities in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and beyond to showcase the ever-colorful African diverse cultural heritage and also to scout for foreign direct investment opportunities for Ghana. Ghanafest-NY is held in the summer of every year and climaxed with a grand durbar at the Crotona Park in Bronx. People of other nationalities are always attracted to this event.

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

This year, the National Ghana Parade Council has moved a step further to engage the entire citizenry of Ghana in pursuit of its set objectives by organizing a launching ceremony of the festival in Accra, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 30th April 2022, at Bay View Valley near Atomic Junction. It is with great pleasure that we announce Osagyefo Agyemang Badu II, King of the Dormaa State as the Keynote Speaker for this topnotch event.

NGPC Ghana Festival-New

Additionally, highly celebrated performing artists including Wiyaala, Kofi Kinaata, Ayigbe Edem, BigTwins and Kofi Flair, etc. are all associated with this event. The general public is hereby cordially invited.

CATHERINE CUDJOE (BSc, MBA)
PRESIDENT, NGPC
BRONX, NY
ccudjoe@ghanaparadecoucil.org
+1 929 24 0 2149

Source: africaneditors.com

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