Steve Harvey receives a copy of ‘the right stuff comes in black too’ from Ghanaian inventor
The Famous Fiber Optic Inventor , and Founder of Silicon valley of Ghana, Dr Thomas O. Mensah, presented an autographed copy of his book, The Right Stuff Comes in Black Too, to Entertainer Steve Harvey during his Year of Return Visit to Ghana. The year of return is the Brain Child of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo , President of the Republic of Ghana. This Program has been very successful in bringing blacks from the Diaspora in the United States of America, United Kingdom, The Caribbean and Brazil. to Ghana this year.
The Entertainer and Host of the Steve Harvey Show in the United States, met the Inventor at the WEB DuBois Center in Accra which he toured with his family. He was also presented with “The Right Stuff Comes in Black Too”, T Shirts and Base Ball Caps emblazoned with the same words for him and his wife.
The Minister of Tourism Honorable Oteng Gyasi presented him with a Kente Sash for the Year of Return while the CEO of Tourism presented him with The Year of Return T Shirt. Dr. Mensah who has received an important recognition and honor by
the WEB DuBois center, which has displayed his photo in the new edition of WEB Dubois Book-titled “Africa The Light of the World” , naming him the IMHOTEP of our Time.
IMHOTEP was the Architect and Designer of the Pyramids in Egypt 3000 years ago. This is a great honor for any person in the world to receive Black or White, because the Pyramids have withstood the test of Time, and People stand in Awe up till now in front of these
engineering and historic structures . Dr.Thomas Mensah feels very humbled with this honor and recognition.
As one of the seven wonders in the world the Pyramids constitute a great tourist attraction in Egypt., indicating that People of African origin are capable of Great things including building a great civilization based on Science and Engineering. Dr Thomas Mensah also mentioned his luxury cruise ship project that will trace the sea route of slave ships from Cape Coast to America to Steve Harvey, just like he has done with Media Mogul Oprah Winfrey in Atlanta and Musician Lionel Richie in Nashville Tennessee.
Dr. Mensah toured the Du Bois Center with the Steve Harvey, the Minister of Tourism, Hon Barbara Oteng Gyasi, Akwasi Awua Ababio. Director – Diaspora Relations Office, Office of the President, Mr Akwasi Agyeman, CEO of Tourism, Dentaa Amoabeng MBE, Founder of Guba Awards, Reginald D. Laryea, Vice Chairman of Diaspora Affairs , Ambassador Dr. Erika Bennett, Diaspora African Forum,and Kwadzo Fio, the Executive Director of the DuBois Center.