Tourism Minister storms Kwahu to promote domestic tourism
Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Art, Lawyer Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has stormed Kwaku to celebrate the Easter in a grand style with Ghanaians.
The Minister who is also the MP Prestea Huni-Valley said plans are underway to train our local pilot to operate the pyragraiding activity and advice Ghanaians to be adventurous when it comes to tourism.
In a related development Hon. Minister said for hundreds of years, tourism has been an important sector contributing significantly to the economies of many countries including Ghana and the world at large.
The Tourism indusu try is referred to as an ‘invisible export” and significant in the economic and social development of any country.
Apart from its capacity to also create jobs, reduce poverty, and foster human development and environmental sustainability, tourism benefits a country in a more number of ways and brings immense opportunities for an all-inclusive growth of a country.
She assured the people of Ghana that by next year all bad roads leading to Kwahu which has become an annual event will be put into good shape to promote the event and attract more foreigners to partake which will inturn generate more revenue for our country.
She took the opportunity to wish Ghanaians happy Easter.