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Fuse ODG's TINAFest 2020 Culminates The Year of Return After A Successful Run.

The maiden edition of Fuse ODG's 'This Is New Africa (T.I.N.A) Festival in 2019 laid a solid blueprint for the start of Ghana's 'Year of Return' as the 3-day pack of events garnered a massive traction from Ghanaians home and abroad as well as other tourists. 

One year on, after a successful run, the second edition culminates year of return, charging the diasporan eco-system to pay attention several investment options than just visiting for leisure.

The festival this year engaged personalities like ChakaBars, Dentaa Amoateng (GUBA), Cherae Robinson (TasteMakers Africa), Nadia Takyiwa Mensa (Sixth Sense Manifesto), Jessica |Hagan (Birtish Council) to share business and other experiences in Africa. The Festival this year was tailored to the Year Of Return's call to the diaspora, to assist in their bits to the development of the nation and the continent as a whole.

Diallo Sumbry the C.E.O of the Adinkra Group urged the returnees from the diaspora to listen attentively to the needs of the land and not impose and dictate based on references from the non-African environment. 

Prior to the discussions at the New Africa Nation conference, where Diallo Sumbry and a host of others were panelists, Fuse ODG visited his school project in Akosombo with some volunteers to inspect the progress thus far and to engage with the kids and staff. He revealed his plans to add up to the basic school, a senior high school for technology education.

The TINAfest 2020 ended with the Kente Party at the Labadi Beach Hotel - an evening of music, food, good people and a lot of beach vibes.

Here are some photos form the Kente Party.

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