The Permanent Secretary, FCDA, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa presenting a Wooden Sculpture Art to the Director General of the World Tourism Cities Federation, Mr. Chen Bo when the latter visited the FCTA
By Ignatius Ushie
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has reiterated its commitment towards developing the tourism potentials of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
FCTA Permanent Secretary, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa stated this when he received the Director General, World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) Mr. Chen Bo and his delegation in his office on Monday, July 1st, 2019. He also said the FCT has a huge tourism potential and remains a good choice for investors in the tourism and hospitality sectors.
According to a Press Release signed by the Chief Press Secretary, Anthony Ogunleye, the Permanent Secretary said the FCTA will key into programmes by the WTCF towards achieving its tourism objectives, adding that the administration was willing to open its doors to well-meaning investors with mutually beneficial investment ideas.
Sir Ohaa stressed that the FCTA has the capacity to accommodate as many investors as are willing to come to Abuja to do business. He therefore invited his guests to take advantage of the enabling atmosphere in the nation’s capital and invest in its tourism sector.
Permanent Secretary, FCTA Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa (5th Left), Director General WTCF (6th Left) in a group photograph when a delegation of the WTCF visited the FCTA
Earlier, the Director General, WTCF, explained that the federation was in the business of fast-tracking development in cities and promoting human rights. He also expressed the desire of his organization to be of great service to the FCT as one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
Chen Bo said with a membership of 144 cities, the WTCF is poised to develop the economies of world cities through information sharing to promote tourism using the federations’ interactive website and social media platforms.
He stressed that members can upload their information on the website for free to ensure easy access to tourism information and development.