|Lagos Governor Akinwunmi Ambode|
The Acting Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Hon. Adebimpe Akinsola, who inspected the projects, reiterated the government’s commitment to make the state a tourism destination in Nigeria.
Among the projects visited included the reconstructed 154- year old heritage museum and other slave trade monuments as well as other projects that symbolize memories of the slave trade activities in the area.
The acting commissioner said the reconstruction of the heritage museum will not affect the historical contents and value of the museum, adding that the museum will be completed with well- equipped and functional facilities to serve all categories of tourists, including children and the elderly.
Akinsola said the government will not relent in its effort to boost the tourism potentials of the state, adding that the various projects will be completed to meet the global standard.
The representative of the construction company carrying out the project, Mr. Ola-Tayo Oladipupo Tayo, who conducted the commissioner and his entourage round the projects, assured that the company will delivered the project.
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