Ogun Govt. to Invest in Major Tourism Sites
Ogun state government says it will invest more in major tourism sites as part of measures to shore up its internally generated revenue base.
Commissioners for Culture and Tourism, Dr Oluwatoyin Taiwo made this known during a visit to the second storey building in Nigeria situated at Ipate Oyinbo, Osi quarter’s Otta.
The Chairman of Awori Tourism Board, Omoba Femi Fadina who accompanied the Commissioner described the tour as timely and strategic to the development of tourism in Aworiland.
He expressed the board’s readiness to support the government in exploring the tourism potentials of Aworiland.
The building which housed Christian missionaries in the 18th century also served late Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther when he commenced the translation of the Bible from English to Yoruba.
In another development, the Transition Committee Chairman of Ado Odo Ota LGA,Hon. Lawal Wasiu has vowed to find a lasting solution to the persistent accidents in the area.
The chairman who stated this in an interactive session with newsmen on his administration’s successes pledged to fix the perennial traffic gridlock on some roads.
Speaking on the Coronavirus pandemic, Hon. Wasiu said the Local government administration would set up a task force to ensure strict compliance with government directives.
The transition chairman also pledged to grade some earth roads to make them motorable.