Our Hotel Pick Of The Month: Visiting Africa soon? Why not visit Ghana! 

Ghana is known for its rich culture and traditions…

Our Hotel pick of the month is Golden Tulip Accra Hotel

Did you know that Ghana has lots of Castles and over 40 slaves castles…

Whether you are visiting Ghana for business or pleasure, you will need a place to rest and relax,  Golden Tulip Accra Hotel is the place for you!

Golden Tulip Accra, is a four-star Superior First Class Hotel, with 238 rooms. This African-Style hotel is situated in Accra, capital and the largest city of Ghana.

Golden Tulip Accra is situated in a safe and serene suburb of Accra, the largest city of Ghana and only 5 minutes (2km) drive from the Kotoka International Airport.

Golden Tulip Accra hotel is a safe haven for both business and leisure travelers.

This is an amazing Hotel to stay in Ghana. Contact us via email: support@africancelebs.com for discount details.

 

EXQUISITE BRANCHE RESTAURANT ENTRANCE @Golden Tulip Accra Hotel

 

Golden Tulip Accra Hotel – Beautiful rooms

 

Golden Tulip Accra- Sumptuous Food

 

Golden Tulip Accra- Sumptuous Food

 

Never a dull moment @ Golden Tulip Accra Hotel
Beautiful Front Desk and Lobby @Golden Tulip Accra Hotel

 

Beautiful walkway Lobby @ Golden Tulip Accra Hotel

This is an amazing Hotel to stay in Ghana. Contact us via email: support@africancelebs.com for discount details.

Golden Tulip Accra Hotel – beautiful swimming pool!
Golden Tulip Accra Hotel – beautiful swimming pool!

This is an amazing Hotel to stay in Ghana. Contact us via email: support@africancelebs.com for discount details.

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According to Citifmonline, the ongoing works by the Ghana Airports Company limited (GACL) to expand the arrival hall, is to  give passengers traveling through the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) Ghana,  some relief from the congestion and long queues at the arrival and immigration halls at the airport…

Looks great already! we can’t wait to see to see the end result!

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The completion date for the project is expected to be by the end of 2015.. ...Read Full Story Here

Credit: citifmonline
 

Ghanaian woman with diplomatic passport busted at Heathrow Airport A Ghanaian woman has been arrested by security operatives at the Heathrow Airport in London, carrying what is believed to be one of the largest consignments of illegal substance ever impounded at Heathrow.

She was alleged to be carrying a Ghanaian diplomatic passport at the time of her arrest. Officials have estimated the illegal substance she was at about 3.5 million pounds or $5 million…

Sources say some officials believed to be staff of the Ghana High Commission were at the airport to welcome her but could not reach her as she was intercepted before the final immigration point. It is believed that she went through screening procedures at the Kotoka International Airport without any problems but was busted in London, after airport security officials ignored the usual courtesies accorded holders of diplomatic passports, isolated her and conducted a thorough search which revealed the white substance in her hand luggage.  This was upon a tip off received by the British Security…

The  Ghanaian woman with diplomatic passport’ arrest has triggered a major undercover investigation into the activities of Ghanaian diplomats…

If she is indeed a diplomat this is very disgraceful and doesn’t set a good example!

 

Update:06/01/2015: Ghanaian woman Nayele Ametefe, the Ghanaian woman who was arrested at Heathrow Airport with the largest consignments of illegal substance has been handed an eight-year jail term by a London court in the United Kingdom (UK)

 

Original Source:Citifmonline

30.Ghana_Accra_Photo_from_Airport ko kot The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) has begun expansion works on the Terminal 2 arrival hall at the Kotoka International Airport.  The expansion project, which began two weeks ago, will see an additional 5,148 m2 floor area added to the existing 6,031m2.
The project is expected to end in August 2016. Passengers will however have some relief from the congestion and long queues that are constant at the arrival and immigration halls at the airport by the end of December 2014.