Raichel rocked the crowd, which was captivated by the music, rhythm and atmosphere.
The audience was comprised of tribe chiefs in traditional clothing, judges, public figures and members of the diplomatic community, including diplomats from Turkey and Morocco who were brought to their feet, singing along.
Israeli Ambassador to Ghana Sharon Bar-Li said the audience enjoyed the Israeli artist's performance.
"Throughout most of the concert the audience was on its feet, applauding and dancing – even in the passageways. Some of them even danced on stage. The viewers waved their hands in the air, applauded and obeyed the band's 'operational instructions.' The atmosphere in the auditorium was simply electrifying," the ambassador said.
It should be noted that Israel
is highly appreciated in Ghana after sending a Home Front Command rescue delegation to assist in the relief effort following the collapse of a multi-storey building in the capital.
Raichel's last concert was held in the Angolan capital of Luanda, where he performed together with local musicians in front of 500 people, including Angola's foreign minister.
Israel's embassies in Africa took major efforts to market Raichel's tour in the local media, which were fascinated by the Israeli singer with the dreadlocks.
"The goal in sending Raichel to Africa was to present Israeli culture at its best," said Avi Granot, head of the Foreign Ministry's Africa Division.
"It's a great privilege to perform in these places," Raichel told Yedioth Ahronoth. "I couldn't ask for more."