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Ogun Commissioner, Wale Ojo-Lanre, Others To Speak At 2020 Awori Youth Tourism

2020 Awori Youth Tourism: Ogun Commissioner, Wale Ojo-Lanre, To Speak

Awori Youth Tourism 2020: The Ogun State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Hon. (Dr.) Oluwatoyin Emmanuel Taiwo is set to engage youths in a discussion to chart a new course for the future of the Industry at an online event set to take place on the 30th of September.

2020 Awori Youth Tourism: Ogun Commissioner, Wale Ojo-Lanre, To Speak
2020 Awori Youth Tourism: Ogun Commissioner, Wale Ojo-Lanre, To Speak

This is in bid to reposition Culture and Tourism in Nigeria according to the Awori Tourism Board.

The Chief Executive Officer of the organization, Prince Femi Fadina who made this known in a release, added that other speakers at the event would include the Senior Special Assistant to the Ekiti State Governor on Tourism, Mr. Wale Ojo Lanre and the Chairman, National Mirror Committee on Tourism and Related Services and former Dirctor General, NIHOTOUR, Chief (Mrs) Chika Balogun, noting that it was high time the Industry be engaged for its full potentials.

Prince Fadina said that due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 Pandemic prevention protocols, the event would hold on the Zoom App, enjoining youths and other stakeholders in the industry to join the discussion set to kick off at 2pm prompt.

He enjoined the guests and participants to Join Zoom Meeting through:-

Meeting ID: 844 5868 4388
Passcode: protocol, or through
Joining by Skype for Business
https://us02web.zoom.us/skype/84458684388

The Awori Tourism Board is an organization that is poised to reposition tourism and culture in the country especially in Lagos, Ekiti and Ogun State and committed to showcasing the various tourist sites that are yet to be tapped into for full economical gains.


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