River Jamboree 2022: A December event that feted the Volo breeze
River Jamboree 2022: Revelers in Ghana had a different feel of the Yuletide at the maiden edition of the River Jamboree.
There is a reason we chose to have the programme along the river. We aim at encouraging people to take good care of our water bodies. It is sad that we are fast losing our natural resources including water bodies. We can only use platforms like this to drum home the danger we cause ourselves when we continue degrading our environment, he said.
Just like many patrons, the law-maker was enthused by the ingenuity in the concept of the programme.
Also present was broadcaster and artiste manager Babiee Dapaah.
Ghana has become the hub of arts and tourism in December. As part of the ‘December in GH’ initiative by the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture to get more tourist troops into the country during Christmas, a lot of events are held across the country.
With the concentration mostly on Accra, a lot of entertainment stakeholders have called on event organisers to target other parts of the country just as River Jamboree did at Volo.
According to rapper Sarkodie, music video director Nicole Sey and the Executive Director of Afro Nation Ghana, Ruddy Kwakye, spreading out events across the country, will help increase the industry’s fortunes of maximizing gains.
The River Jamboree promises to be an annual affair and will be dedicated to serving people outside the city
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