Just In : Imo State Opens Tourism Information Office



Just In : Imo State Opens Tourism Information Office

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The Imo State Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts has opened a Tourism Information Office.
The Tourism Infotmation Office which is in line with the commitment of Imo State Government to project the state as an irresistible tourism destination is located at Imo International Exhibition Centre, FSP Park, Wetheral Road, Owerri.


Commissioning the Tourism Information Office on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, the Commissioner for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mazi Uche Ohia, PhD, gave an assurance that the place would provide information on tourism establishments in the state, on calendar of events and ceremonies, on fees and taxes payable by tourism facilities, and for investment opportunities in the state. He said the Information Office would also serve to assist exists and Diasporans seeking to visit or to invest in the state as well as offer assistance to African Americans searching for their roots.

The Commissioner said that the top notch services that would be provided by the all-purpose Tourism Information Office would be complemented by the availability of Directories of exquisite and affordable Hotels, Hotels, Lounges, Nightclubs, Event Centres, Ecotourism outfits, shops and eateries to make Imo one of the best states in tourism and hospitality information access in Nigeria.

It will be recalled that the Imo State Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts recently flagged off the Imo Tourism Identity Logo Design contest to create a brand identity for Imo tourism in order to facilitate smooth tourism marketing in the state.

Among dignitaries present at the commissioning ceremony were Hon. Paddy Obinna, Special Adviser to Imo State Governor on Culture; Hon Bobby Michaels Uchechukwu, Special Adviser to Imo State Governor on Creative Arts; Hon Ik Ekesson, Senior Special Assistant to Imo State Governor on Tourism and Culture; Sir T.U.C Nwokonkwo, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts; and HRH Oba M.A Oladeji, Oba of the Yoruba Community in Imo State.

Others were Nze Nnamdi Ihezuo who represented the Chairman of Imo State Council of Traditional Rulers, and Heads of Departments in the Ministry, among others.

Ben Uwakwe
JUNE 3, 2022

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