Ron Kenoly: I have started moves to become a Ghanaian
Ron Kenoly, the popular American Gospel musician has opined that he has commenced processes to become a citizen of Ghana.
Speaking to 3News on the sidelines of this year’s Harvest Praise at the University of Professional Studies (UPSA), Kenoly said aside from tracing his roots to the country, Ghana is also really welcoming especially to diasporans.
“My purpose of being here is to become a resident of Ghana and eventually become a citizen of Ghana,” he told 3Entertainment.
“For the last week, I’ve been filling out forms and documents to gain residency and eventually to be your brother, a Ghanaian citizen”.
“My ancestors came from these parts of Africa to go to America and so now we are returning,” the American worship leader said.
About Ron Kenoly
Ron Kenoly began singing in a Baptist church in his hometown, Coffeyville, KS, and after spending time working in the Air Force and raising a family, he became a successful charting singer in the early ’70s in Los Angeles.
He recommitted his life to being a Christian in 1975.