Stevie Wonder reveals plans to relocate to Ghana permanently over racial injustice


American’s iconic singer, Stevie Wonder has said he plans to move permanently to Ghana in the near future.

Speaking on Oprah Winfrey’s show, ‘The Oprah Conversation’ on Apple TV Plus Wonder stated that he is tired of racial injustice in America and doesn’t want the next generation of his family to beg for respect and value.


In his words: “I want to see the nation smile again, and I want to see it before I move to Ghana,” he told Oprah. “I’m going to do that. I’m going to move permanently to Ghana.”


“Because I don’t want to see my children’s children’s children’s have to say ‘Oh please, like me. Please respect me. Please value me. What kind of sh*t is that?”


The 70-year-old singer who hails from Michigan also kicked against racial injustice saying he wants the world to become a better place where such does not exist anymore.


He added: “I want the world to get better. I want us to get beyond this place. I want us all to go to the funeral of hate. That’s what I want.

Mr. Wonder has visited the country severally and has been recorded in the past describing Ghana as a place with “more of a sense of community” having “fallen in love” with the country during his visits.