Stevie Wonder has officially become a citizen of Ghana, cementing his link with the West African country in an emotional event at the Jubilee House.

The Superstar  singer took the Oath of Allegiance and was given with his Certificate of Citizenship, which represented his new status as a Ghanaian citizen. Ghanaians embrace the music legend and welcome him into their dynamic society.

The decision of Wonder to get Ghanaian citizenship comes three years after he publicly announced his desire for a fresh start amid political upheaval in the United States, revealing his plan to relocate to Ghana.

In a 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Wonder emphasised  his desire to see the country smile again before moving there.

Stevie Wonder had an enormous effect on the music industry. With a distinguished career spanning six decades, he has received several awards, including 25 Grammy Awards and 74 nominations since his start with Motown Records in 1961. His musical talent flourished early in life, establishing him as a trailblazer in a variety of genres. His choice to take Ghanaian citizenship is a huge step forward in his journey demonstrating his strong admiration and commitment to the country.

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