Two groups sign MoU to set up tourism school

To further boost the hospitality industry in Ogun State and Nigeria at large, Lagos Nihotour Nigeria and Awori Tourism have signed an MoU to set up a hospitality training school at Ota, the industrial hub of Ogun State. 

Lagos Nihotour led by Chinyere Dike Ibeabuchi and Awori Tourism led by Prince Adetunji Oluwafemi Fadina signed the MoU in Lagos during the week.

According to information, the MoU will create a bridge and reach to capture them young at the grassroots and to provide opportunities for the growing presence of hospitality operators to train and retrain their staff.

Awori Tourism agenda is to saturate Ota, Ogun state with grassroots hospitality evangelism messages, targeting homes and individuals to send their children, house helps and those in charge of their public and private hospitality engagements for refresher short term courses in the school.

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