I want to build the biggest amusement park in Ghana – Japan-based hospitality entrepreneur

Japan-based Ghanaian hospitality entrepreneur, Kobe Opuku Amanfo has been leaving his imprint on the nightlife and hospitality industry of Japan and has shared his bigger plans for Ghana’s tourism industry.

Kobe Opuku joined his father, Frank Anthony Amanfo in Japan some 15 years ago, and now they are business partners in the popular lounge and dining bar, R2 Supperclub, located in Roppongi, Tokyo.

Speaking exclusively to Ameyaw TV, Kobe shared his plans to give back to his motherland in a grand way.

He said: “I have plans of doing something back home, like setting up an amusement park in Ghana. It is about time I tried to give back to society because I want to create jobs for the people especially the youth.”

“Regardless of whatever it is, although I am established in Japan, Ghana will always be my home country,” he added.

Watch the video below.

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Meet the Ghanaian father and son team taking Japan’s nightlife by storm

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