Anambra Diaspora Ministry To Partner Private Firm To Create Tourist Board Game

Anambra Diaspora Ministry To Partner Private Firm To Create Tourist Board Game

Anambra State Ministry of Diaspora Affairs, Indigenous Artworks, Culture and Tourism has entered into partnership with a private firm to create a Tourist Board Game.

The memorandum of understanding was signed in the commissioner’s office at the Jerome Udoji Secretariat Complex in Awka.

The Commissioner Dr Kenneth Anierobi said that the objective is to create a Board Game that promotes the cultural and tourist attractions of the State as players of such Games will be able to learn about the locations of tourist facilities of the State while enjoying the game itself.

He noted that the Games will be developed and made available to the public in no distant time.

The Director and Chief Operating Officer of the firm, Mr Nonso Anyaegbu said that the Games are first of its kind in Nigeria and Africa.

He noted that the game will showcase the history of Anambra State, its giant strides and tourist sites.

The project is also set to improve the Internally Generated Revenue of the State.

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