Actor, John Dumelo has stated that his appointment as a tourism ambassador for Ghana comes with no remuneration. According to the entrepreneur and philanthropist, the Ministry of Culture Tourism and Creative Arts appointed him because of his love for tourism. “I have been a tourism advocate for over five years.
I will still continue going to tourist attractions in Ghana, put it on my social media and let people know of the wonderful places Ghana has. It’s strictly voluntary. The ministry is not paying me, neither am I getting anything from it,” he said on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with KMJ.
John Dumelo announced his appointed via his Instagram page when he posted a picture of himself and Hon. Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare, Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts on Wednesday. “Happy to be appointed tourism ambassador by the Minister of tourism.
I’m happy to promote Tourism in Ghana and also sell Ghana to the rest of the world. #exploreghana #melomoment#melotourist”, he wrote.