Rapper, Guru NKZ, has hailed the French Ambassador to Ghana, Anne-Sophie Avé, for her contribution to promoting Ghana’s culture, tourism and creative arts sectors.
According to Guru, who shared his sentiments on Twitter, Ms Ave’s solo effort alone has impacted the sector far more than the sector ministry itself, headed by Barbara Oteng Gyasi and her deputy, Mark Okraku Mantey.
Anne-Sophie Avé, since assuming the position 4 years ago, has taken keen interest in Ghana’s entertainment industry.
Through her work, a music concert dubbed, Accra in Paris has been held in the French capital to promote Ghanaian culture and music.
The 54-year-old mother of 2 began her work as Ambassador of France to Ghana in September 2018.
Through her television talk show, Touch of France, Ms Avé has interviewed the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo and other accomplished Ghanaians in sports and show business.
Read Guru’s tweet:
Our France Ambassador is working harder than our Creative and tourism ministry . 👌🏼 really appreciate her energy ✌️ pic.twitter.com/0qkAHkLXM3
— GURU NKZ (@gurunkz) April 24, 2022