The Executive Council of the Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM) is hosting a history-making Fundraising Dinner at the imposing Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel on Ghana’s Independence Day, Wednesday 6th March 2024. Themed “the Africa Heritage Night – Making a Contribution towards a Better Humanity”, the event is organized to raise more funds for the construction of the $50m Pan African Heritage Museum on Heritage Hills, Pomadze, near Winneba Roundabout. The Night will feature South Africa’s Princess of Africa Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Ghana’s Rap Doctor Okyeame Kwame, accompanied by the Ghana National Dance Theatre. The Pan African Heritage Museum, conceived as the first of its kind in the world, seeks to exhibit the history, arts, culture, achievements and ideals of the pan African world from the ancient to the present. The Dinner, to be held under the patronage of the eminent Council of Elders of the Museum, is expected to attract corporate Africa, Patrons of the arts, Embassies of the pan African world, and individuals. The Museum designer, James Nnedu-George of Nigeria, Dr. Babacar MBow of Senegal, and Sandra Appiah, CEO of Face2Face Africa will be present.
The event is expected to attract Corporate Africa, Patrons of the Arts, Embassies of the Pan African World, and individuals like;
Sandra Appiah, CEO of Face2Face Africa,
Dr. Babacar MBow of Senegal, and James Nnedu-George of Nigeria – The Museum Designer.
Okyeame Kwame, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Ghana National Dance Company.