Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherine Afeku, yesterday January 29, disclosed during an interaction with the press, that Ghanaians can expect to see a channel dedicated solely to tourism soon.
Tourism TV, according to her, will be geared toward consolidating our rich culture. Other channels to be expected, in her outfit’s move to give the creative arts space a facelift include Daddy Lumba TV, and Agya Koo TV.
She also announced that over 30 locations have been picked out for various projects relating to her sector, pending a review of a draft Legislative Instrument (LI) by parliament for commencement.
Touching on other initiatives being rolled out by the ministry, she spoke of a world-class cocoa museum to be established at Mampong Akuapem in memory of the late Dr. Tetteh Quarshie, as well as a paragliding school to serve the annual festival in the Eastern Region.
In March this year, Accra hosts the West African Integrated Forum in March in Accra, to identify a common denominator to facilitate tourism promotion within the sub-region.
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