NANTA: Okorocha harps on Children Cultural Tourism engagements for national unity

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The Chairman, Senate Committee Culture and Tourism, Senator Rochas Okorocha wants, the National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies NANTA, to focus on children Cultural tourism engagements and use the podium as a vehicle of national Cultural tourism orientation and campaign for a united Nigeria.

This is just as he wants, the leadership of the Association to share its template of progressive electoral transition process devoid of rancour in the past 45 years with Nigeria. 

Senator Rochas Okorocha, Chairman senate committee on culture and Tourism with President of NANTA, Susan Akporiaye and members of the Association

Senator Okorocha stated this when the President of NANTA, Mrs Susan Akporiaye and some members of the body visited the” Unity House” of Okorocha Foundation in Abuja.

He said, NANTA’s profiles and age long historical narratives sets up the Association as the best group, to preach national Unity, adding that,  Rochas Foundation would be willing to collaborate and partner with NANTA to bring children together, teach them about Nigeria’s rich Culture.

“For without Cultural education and knowledge,  a nation and people are lost forever and will never advance. So, look out for organisations and persons that can share your thoughts and dreams to unite Nigeria through Cultural tourism exchanges, particularly among children.” 

Senator Okorocha also stated that, he would also want NANTA to spread its wings of collaboration and partnership in Initiating legacy projects that focuses on children and use same as spring board for cultural exchanges, thus breaking the cancer of tribalism.

The Culture and Tourism Committee Chairman, emphasized that, NANTA must lead in uniting Nigeria and to share with Nigerians how the Association with national spread, had navigated through  its leadership transition processes  without  rancour in the past forty five years, staying together, prospering together. 

“NANTA must share this dream and maybe Nigeria can learn from it.”

” Madam President of NANTA, your articulation of your dream for nanta and what the association represents, resonates with me. Nanta’s history and spread, leaves me with  nostalgia of  how Nigeria should be united and Culturally advanced and I must praise your dedication”.

Earlier, NANTA President, Mrs. Susan Akporiaye, shared the dreams of NANTA founding fathers, noting that NANTA had remained focused  and passionate about marketing Nigeria as a Cultural tourism destination and had also contributed to the growth of Nigeria’ aviation down stream sector.

“We came here today to share our dreams and also learn from you on  how we can package our Cultural attributes. We have put in a process and commissioned a focal anti tribalism message targeted at uniting our members and Nigerians at  Nigerians based on our experience and legacies of NANTA founding fathers.”

“Your positions as chairman, senate committee and former governor, will no doubt help us advance and contribute to building national cohesion without which we cannot thrive as a nation and people. We are impressed with your support and sponsorship of the education of the Nigerian child, particularly the poor and down trodden”.  

“Rochas Foundation is a veritable vehicle and institution uniting Nigerian children and parents through education and its our intention to leverage on your experience in this regard to add value to our Cultural tourism exchange programs which we shall launch soon, and praying you will come to chair the occasion when we call on you”.

She disclosed that, NANTA would in due course, seek the collaborations of the Senate committee on Culture on  how to focus on Nigerian children as Cultural ambassadors, expressing NANTA’s appreciation to the House Committee on Culture for the dedicated support and Institutional interventions to National Council for Arts and Culture ( NCAC).

“You are an icon and we cannot but seek to consult you on Culture and education, which truely defines any nation and people”.