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The amount of money you will pay when you visit the National Museum reveals

The amount of money you will pay when you visit the National Museum reveals

According to Kingsley Ofosu Ntiamoah, interim Executive Director of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, visitors to the National Museum would have to pay 10 cedis for the duration of their stay.

Mr Ntiamoah stated on Adom FM’s morning show Dwaso Nsem Wednesday that the National Museum in Accra had drawn about 20,000 visitors since its restoration and reopening in June.

“The good news is that the Museum gets a lot of traffic. We have had over 20,000 visits since it reopened, which suggests that individuals who come to do business will not be disappointed.

It indicates that Ghanaians were eager to visit the National Museum. In Accra, we now have three museums open,” he explained.

The museum, originally opened in 1957, had to close to the public in 2015 due to bad physical conditions caused by a lack of upkeep.

Mr Ntiamoah, who stated that his biggest difficulty is a lack of human resources, stated that his organization need a minimum of 100 personnel in all areas to assist the museum as it aims to expand its reach.

“We need a large number of visitors to come and assist the museum develop.” You must go through the public service method since we still need to hire a large number of people to join the workforce.”

He highlighted that the museum is a source of tourism that generates revenue for the country.

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