MMG Foundation Homecoming Dinner & Dance Unveils In Ghana

The launch of Marcus Mosiah Garvey annual homecoming dinner & dance was held on Tuesday March 27, 2019 at the Accra Tourist Information Centre in Accra.

The launch of MMG Foundation is aimed at commemorate the right honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey’s 132 earth years and to celebrate the determination and resilience of our historically unique Afrcians who have demonstrated Pan-African unity and spirit.

This year 2019 MMG foundation is in-conjunction with Ghana Tourism Authority under the Theme “The Year Of Return Ghana 2019”.

The event is salted to be an unforgettable experience of fine dining and great music and is expected to attract visitors from across the diaspora to Accra for the maiden MMG Foundation Dinner & Dance come August 17th, 2019 at the Accra International Conference Center.

Speaking at the launch, CEO of Ghana Tourism Authority  Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, revealed that: there cannot be  a year of no return without Marcus Garvey and we excited to be part of this great celebration.

He continued that: the late Marcus Mosiah Garvey has contributed it quota in building a strong Pan-Africanism and he’s worth celebrating.

He added that: we’re excited that Ghana has been chosen to mark the celebration of Marcus Garvey celebration.

Present at the launch MMG Foundation were, Prof, Kwaku Senna, Prof. Kodjo Sampong spoke under the theme at the launch “Breaking down barriers and building bridges for restoration”,  Castro Amoakoh et al.


The MMG Foundation is a registered Limited by Guarantee Company, non-profit (NGO), in the Republic of Ghana.

The Foundation is a fraternal, Pan-African organisation aimed at propagating and publicising The Philosophy & Opinions of the Right Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey among the peoples of African Descent.

The organisation’s aim is to promote a sense of pride and love for and amongst the African nations. To provide leadership in helping Africans to acquire the skills and Knowledge that are necessary for our advancement in the modern world.

The MMG Foundation is planning to build a “Marcus Garvey Memorial Centre” in Ghana. The purpose of the centre will be to provide “world class” facilities for African scientific research & development, Pan-African history & research, African arts, culture & entertainment, sports, recreation and guest housing.

There will be lecture theatres, Science Laboratories, Conference halls, performance Theatre/ Stage. There will be shops, Restaurants, parks & gardens designed to accommodate a wide range of family orientated activities.

The philosophy of the centre will be to strive for excellence through challenging & stimulating the creative minds of African people. To awaken the African genius that once enabled us to be the Master of Mathematics, Medicine, Architecture & Astronomy.

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