US Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson on 21 Minutes with KKB
In our latest episode of '21 Minutes with KKB’, US Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson, was on the ‘hot seat’ with Kwabena Kyenkyenhene Boateng as they discussed a wide range of issues from security to sanitation, homosexuality to GITMO II, widespread corruption and the US Visa lottery.
The diplomat revealed deep insights on why two ex-Guantanamo bay detainees were brought into the country even as he discussed the state of [in]security in Ghana currently following the recent upsurge in crime in some localities.
The host also grilled Mr. Jackson to know the position of the US on the legalization of homosexuality in the country and why most Ghanaians are denied visas to 'the land of unlimited opportunities'.
The US Ambassador to Ghana also hailed Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo-Addo for his vision for the African country and how that vision will help the country move beyond aid describing the current president of the West African country as a leader who is more visionary than some recent Ghanaian Presidents.
Watch the Ambassador of the United States of America to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson, take his turn on '21 minutes with KKB'.
Watch the full interview here