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About TBI Tours

The history of African Americans in Ghana goes back to individuals such as American civil rights activist and writer W. E. B. Du Bois, who settled in Ghana in the last years of his life and is buried in the capital, Accra. Since then, other African Americans who are descended from slaves imported from areas within the present-day jurisdiction of Ghana and neighboring states have applied for permanent resident status in Ghana. As of 2015, the number of African-American residents has been estimated at around 3,000plus people, a large portion of whom live in Accra



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Just want to let you know that we made it back home we're in our house safe and sound thank you Lord thank you for everything It was a wonderful time It couldn't have been pulled off without you we love you looking forward to when we can get together again"

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