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  • In Ghana, he’s royalty. In Worcester, he’s just Harry.

    The Boston Globe - 09/09/2016

    When the first lady was escorted into the ballroom, the crowd applauded politely. But when the king and other royals, including Danso, started their procession, the room erupted. Drums pounded, and elaborately decorated umbrellas twirled overhead. Everyone strained for a view of the king.

    “He’s the soul,” said Samuel Tandoh, a social services worker from Denver.

    Kwamina Panford, a Northeastern University professor originally from Ghana, said Ghanaians trust royals such as Danso because of their commitment to public service.

    “Harry, he has earned it,” Panford said in an interview.

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