American media may be expecting some headline-making welcome or worse, a protest of a sort for the United States First Lady Melania Trump who arrived in Ghana on the first leg of her four-nation Africa tour.
(Carlo Allegri/Reuters) Dancers greet USA first lady Melania Trump on arrival in Accra, Ghana, as she begins her tour of several African countries, on October 2, 2018.
Now, Melania Trump is in Ghana to "educate herself on the issues facing children on the African continent" while children of immigrants including Africans are being kept in cages by her husband without any remorse.More news: New NAFTA deal could have impact on regional auto industry
She landed in the capital of Accra on Tuesday morning after an overnight flight from Washington and was welcomed to the West African nation with dancing and drumming and schoolchildren waving mini US and Ghanaian flags.
For some odd unfathomable reason, First Lady Melania Trump looks a lot happier when she is away from the POTUS than when she's with him.
Mrs. Trump also visited schoolchildren and children at a hospital as crowds of people stood around her in awe of her elegance and grace. She later joined Akufo-Addo for tea.More news: Joe Manchin mulls Kavanaugh vote while facing tough West Virginia re-election challenge
"She's very friendly, easy-going and interactive", said Rabiu Fauziya, a 28-year-old paediatric nurse who helped show Trump the neonatal room in the hospital. Melania Trump brought a silver Chippendale tray etched with an image of the White House.
The two first ladies than traveled to Jubilee House, Ghana's presidential palace, for a private meeting. The first lady will also highlight the role Washington plays in helping each country, according to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), which helped to coordinate the trip.More news: BSR Surf Resort voluntarily closes after brain-eating amoeba kills surfer