VIDEO: Steve Harvey Gets Emotional After Visiting The Elmina And Cape Coast Slave Castles

access bank kuulpeeps ad

American comedian and TV host, Steve Harvey and his family are in Ghana as part of the Year of Return to commemorate 400 years since the first recorded slave ship arrived in the United States of America.

The Harveys have been visiting the tourist sites in the country. They have been to the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and the Elmina and Cape Coast castles.

See Aso: Here’s What Steve Harvey And His Family Have Been Up To On Their Visit To Ghana

At the slave castles in Elmina and Cape Coast, Steve Harvey learned a lot about what our ancestors went through during the dark times of slavery.

Touched by what he witnessed and learned, Harvey took to social media to express the pain he felt after visiting the slave castles.

“This was real pain I felt going back to Ghana’s slave castles… I could feel my ancestors on me… Powerful beyond words that I can explain,” Steve Harvey wrote.

See Also: When Kings Meet: Steve Harvey Meets Billionaire Kevin Okyere In Ghana

He also admonished those who have not thought of returning “to go HOME for your ancestors.”

“Their strength is in each of us and we must honour their ultimate sacrifice in all that we do,” Steve Harvey added.

See Also: Samuel L Jackson Hits Back At Critics Who Accused Him Of Portraying “A Poor Africa” On His Social Media Platforms

Below is a video of Steve Harvey and his family at the castles:

In everlasting memory of the anguish of our ancestors. May those who died rest in peace. May those who return find their roots. May humanity never again perpetrate such injustice against humanity. We, the living vow to uphold this.

If you have a story you want to share with Kuulpeeps and the world, please do hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

dano milk kuulpeeps ad

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Latest

Kuulpeeps is a social news, lifestyle and entertainment brand for the young Ghanaian. Kuulpeeps is leading millennials through the journey of discovering news, engaging with content and interacting with one another through the use of tailored content platforms, social media executions and new media.

What started primarily as a campus focused site is growing into a media brand focused on satisfying the curiosity of young people across different geographic locations and lifestyles. Kuulpeeps seeks to be the leading content brand for youth interaction in Ghana and beyond.


For sales inquiries:

To submit your articles or inquiries/reports to the editor:

To provide any other feedback:

Copyright © 2019 Kuulpeeps.

To Top