Vic Falls wows Ghana’s first lady

GHANAIAN first lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo says she was amazed at God’s works after visiting the Victoria Falls.
And agriculture minister Dora Siliya says the Rabecca’s visit to the Victoria Falls was strengthening economic and social ties between Zambia and Ghana.
Meanwhile, Zambia police mounted heavy presence of officers in riot gear during Rabecca’s day visit to Livingstone.
After visiting the falls on a tour conducted by site manager John Zulu and National Heritage Conservation Commision (NHCC) executive director Collins Chipote yesterday, Rabecca wrote in the visitor’s book that she would definitely be back to see the Victoria Falls.

It (Victoria Falls) has lived up to its wonderful name. I have been amazed at the beauty of God’s works. I will definitely be back very soon with my whole family,

Rabecca wrote.
Earlier in an interview, she said the Victoria Falls was an amazing sight than the Niagara Falls in the US.

I have seen something extra ordinary, especially with all the animals. I appeal to Ghanians who can afford to come and see it…you have to be here to see it for yourself,

said Rabecca who bought curios worth US $300 from the Mukuni Curio market situated at the falls.
And Siliya said the economic and social ties between Zambia and Ghana needed to grow.

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