Dumelo teaches how to make tourism a money source


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If we just develop our tourist sites just a bit,
we will earn so much as a country…Dumelo
Ghanaian Actor John Dumelo has ended his
tourist activities today in the West Gonja in
the Northern Region of Ghana.
The Award Winning Actor who has so much
passion to promote tourism decided to tour
around the West Gonja to visit some of the
great places in the region which forms part of
the tourist sites in the country.
Apart from the act of promoting tourism, John
also had a lot of fun by experiencing some of
the lifestyle of the people of the Northern
Region.
Obviously, one can tell from the pictures and
captions John posted online that indeed he
has learnt a lot on his journey.
John Dumelo uploaded pictures of some of the
wonderful tourist sites he visited on Instagram
with several captions but this very caption
caught our attention and was a message
useful to the tourism ministry.
“Done with West Gonja…. Driving 9 hours to
Accra, then off again to film #melomoments in
a different part of Ghana. We are sitting on
money in this country in terms of tourism. If
we just develop our tourist sites just a bit, we
will earn so much as a country. #thisisGhana
#tourismisfun #melomoments”
See some of his Instagram posts below.
Done with West Gonja…. Driving 9 hours
to Accra, then off again to film #
melomoments in a different part of
Ghana. We are sitting on money in this
country in terms of tourism. If we just
develop our tourist sites just a bit, we
will earn so much as a country. #
thisisGhana #tourismisfun #
melomoments
A photo posted by John Dumelo (@
johndumelo1) on Jan 11, 2015 at
11:29pm PST
Legend has it that this stone on the
outskirts of Larabanga -always returns to
its original resting place when moved,
and -due to this legend the main road
that runs through this area had to be
diverted around the stone.
#melomoment #thisisGhana #
tourismisfun
A photo posted by John Dumelo (@
johndumelo1) on Jan 9, 2015 at 1:03pm
PST
Spending my morning on a private ranch
in the Northern region….guns are used to
fire warning shots to scare the animals
away incase they attack. #tourismisfun #
melomoment
A photo posted by John Dumelo (@
johndumelo1) on Jan 10, 2015 at
12:39am PST
A photo posted by John Dumelo (@
johndumelo1)
on Jan 11, 2015 at 8:58am PST
My visit to the magic stone in the west
Gonja district…. #melomoment #
letstourghana #ilovetourism
A photo posted by John Dumelo (@
johndumelo1) on Jan 9, 2015 at
12:28pm PST

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