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Ekiti  State Government has concluded plans to develop not less than 300 tourist sites through partnership with private tourist firms and enthusiasts. 

Commissioner for Information, Muyiwa Olumilua, who made the revelation said Governor Kayode Fayemi perceived tourism, culture and agriculture as areas to diversify the economy so that the state could stop relying on federal allocation to survive.

Olumilua assured an Ekiti-based  tourism destination  marketing organisation that government would partner them to make the state a tourism hub and also assist to realise their dream of making a major tourist site in the state, Esa Cave, a viable resort.

The organisation  disclosed that Ekiti has over 300 tourist centres that have the capacities of fortifying the economy, if successive governments had invested in the sector the way Fayemi did  at Ikogosi Resort that has now become a veritable source of revenue for the state.

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  1. The organisation disclosed that Ekiti has over 300 tourist centres that have the capacities of fortifying the economy

  2. The organisation disclosed that Ekiti has over 300 tourist centres that have the capacities of fortifying the economy, if successive governments had invested in the sector the way Fayemi did at Ikogosi Resort that has now become a veritable source of revenue for the state

  3. I hope they don’t end up stealing the cash for it or embezzle any of the funds to be used

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