US Ambassador To Ghana Seen Serving Pizza Here in Accra to Ghanaians [PICS]


America may be teaching us a big lesson and hopefully, our leaders can learn from this, as this is the real service to God and country. Rarely will you find a leading national figure, serving literally and from this story, you will find out that, the American ambassador to Ghana doe not mind advancing his country's interest,

In a Facebook post by a leading banking executive of FBN Bank Ghana, named Azubike Obi had shared that

"#dominospizza East Legon. With the American Ambassador to Ghana. My name is the first on the table." with these pictures.

If you are wondering why a whole ambassador will carry pizza on her head, well, in short, she was promoting an American brand, that had started operations in Ghana to sell Pizza and make money from the Ghanaian market and she was unashamed about this, this leads me to wonder, if we could ever get a leader from Ghana to come even close to this.

I dare say that, if a business got a national figure to do this, then money may have exchanged hands, and we must not be looking at anything small and this is because,, of a sickening mentality of seeing such service as demeaning but trust me, it is no where near that. She has to be commended very much.

The Pizza named Domino Pizza was brought to Ghana by Mr. Karan Kapur, Executive Director of Fire Foods Africa (Master Franchisee of Domino’s Pizza Ghana): Mr. Vikas Singh, Managing Director of Fareast Mercantile Company and Chanrai Summit Group (Ghanaian Joint Venture Partner of Fire Foods Africa).

At the launch, where she was serving, Stephanie Sullivan, the United States Ambassador to Ghana, had opened the second location of Domino’s Pizza Ghana, in East Legon, with the first one opened on Oxford Street in Osu a couple of weeks ago. Domino’s Pizza Ghana has also launched an online store