In 1994, The singer said that he felt there was "more of a sense of community" in Ghana than in the United States.
Popular American singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder has decided he would live out the rest of his time in Ghana.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the award-winning performer cited the political turmoil in the United States to be the reason to leave America for good, reports CNN.
"I wanna see this nation smile again. And I want to see it before I leave to travel to move to Ghana because I'm going to do that."
Winfrey then asked, "You're going to permanently move to Ghana?"
"I am," replied the singer, known for such hits as "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" and "I Just Called to Say I Love You."
He added, "I don't want to see my children's children's children have to say, 'Oh please like me. Please respect me, please know that I am important, please value me.' What is that?"
This isn't the first time he has said he was considering moving to Ghana. In 1994, he said he felt there was "more of a sense of community" than in the US.
Wonder, a Michigan native, learned to play piano, drums and harmonica by age 9 and signed to Motown in 1961. Since then, he has won 25 Grammy Awards, an honorary award and has been nominated 74 times.