Nigeria, Ghana plan expo on culture, tourism

The Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation

The expo will serve increase bi-lateral relations between both countries.

An exhibition that will showcase the culture and tourism potential of Nigeria and Ghana will hold in Ghana soon, the Ghana Tourism Authority has said.

In a statement on Friday in Lagos, the authority’s Deputy Executive Director, Operations, Frank Kofigah, said that the exhibition was aimed at strengthening ties between the two countries.

According to Mr. Ofigah, the expo is being supported by the two countries.

“Apart from the tourism and culture focus, the expo will also serve as a platform for business synergy between the two countries. The idea is how both countries can market their tourism potential as preferred tourist destinations. The Ghana tourism authority is very pleased with the efforts Nigeria is making in tourism. The bilateral agreement is aimed at maximizing the tourism and cultural potential of both Ghana and Nigeria for mutual socio-economic gains,’’ he said.

He said that a date has not been fixed for the expo.



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