Women in Tourism and Business congratulates Tourism federation on 25th Anniversary

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Women in Tourism and Business have extended congratulatory messages to the Ghana Tourism Federation (GHATOF) on the occasion of their 25th Anniversary.

GHATOF last Thursday launched its 25th Anniversary celebrations and the Mahraba Tourism Festival which is in line with Ghana’s Year of Return which seeks to welcome Ghanaians who had been away for 400 years to their motherland.

The Festival dubbed “Building Bonds; A Stimulus for Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Development” will commence on July 18 and end on 20, 2019 in Accra.

Speaking to Atinka News, President for Women in Tourism and Business, Ambassador Nancy Sam, who is an immediate past Treasure and executive member of GHATOF expressed her gratitude to the federation for their immense support during her tenure as Treasure for the Association.

She praised all the past presidents and executives whose hard work saw the growth of GHATOF from since its inception till their time of service.

Mr Appiagyei the 1st president, Nana Anim the immediate past president, Mrs Stella Apenteng once the president, Mr Johnny Moreaux, Mr Ahamed Naaman and all past executives.

She praised the federation on the launch of Mahraba Tourism Festival which is aimed at encouraging persons of African descent to return to Ghana this year.

According to her, the festival will go a long way to promote domestic tourism and boost the development of small and medium scale business in Ghana which will in turn contribute significantly to the transformation process of local communities and districts in Ghana.

“On behalf of the old executives we congratulate GHATOF on its 25th Anniversary and we hope that the federation will progress and excel in the coming years”, she added.

Women in Tourism and business, which was established in 2017 consists of women at the top levels of tourism and trade related businesses who have come together to promote tourism and trade in Ghana and beyond and to promote women in Ghana.


Ghana | Atinkaonline.com