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Delta State Is Nigeria’s Tourism Destination – Ifeanyi Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Delta Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has come out to say that his government is offering the required infrastructure and support to the private sector to make the state Nigeria’s tourism destination.

He revealed this recently at the unveiling of Park Vegas Water Park at Ewuru-Agbor in Ika South Local Government Area of the state.

According to him, his administration is investing in the leisure sub-sector to make Delta a tourism destination, and that must be a dream come true.

He then hailed the proprietor of the park for considering Agbor for the project and begged other investors to emulate the efforts of those who are contributing to the development of their communities.

His words, “This project falls in line with the SMART Agenda of this administration; by investing in this environment, they have assisted us in creating wealth for our people.

“By creating a facility for people to unwind, they have created a veritable means of peace-building and relevant health for the people who will come here to relax.

“This park has also helped in the transformation of this environment and has opened it up for further investments.”

“Oftentimes, individuals invest in different directions, and because they have taken the pains to take this back home, it deserves our support.

“They would have made more money if they had taken this to other climes, but they have chosen to bring this back to their origin.

“The success of this park can only be guaranteed if we take out time to patronise this park. Let’s make it a point of duty at regular intervals to make use of this opportunity that this park offers.

“The people who will work and operate in this Water Park will no longer be classified as unemployed because they have been offered employment here.”

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