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Chief Ajigbola Olagbaye (left), President, Awori Welfare Association of Nigeria (AWAN) with Prince Femi Fadina of "Awori Tourism" group.

Awori Tourism Set to Promote Its Rich Cultural Heritage

In a bid to harmonize all it’s cultural heritage back to a leading centre of attraction, Awori Tourism has declared its readiness to promote the rich cultural heritage through their Cultural day Celebrations

This was made known during a courtesy visit to Chief Ajigbola Olagbaye, the President, Awori Welfare Association of Nigeria (AWAN) by representatives of the “Awori Tourism” led by Prince Femi Fadina.

Speaking during the visit, Chief Olagbaye said there are over 200 settlement of the Aworis, both in Lagos and Ogun, which is an indication that the Aworis are blessed with rich cultural heritage.

He said there was an acronym given to the Aworis by Lagos State called “IBILE” which means Ikeja, Badagry, Ikorodu, Lagos and Epe. All these were the first indigent settlement of the Awori.

“The Aworis has different Cultural Day Celebrations like Awori Day, Igbesa Day, Iganmode Day and Alamuwa Day, This Cultural days should be brought back in other to promote all its Rich Cultural Heritage and not to raise funds”, Olagbaye said.

Prince Femi Fadina who led the representative of “Awori Tourism” appreciates the AWAN President and prayed that his tenure would continue to unite the people of Awori as one big family.

He added that “Awori Tourism” is seeking for collaboration with AWAN at promoting our strong Cultural Heritage, locally and globally.

“Awori Tourism” is an organization that is structured to promote tourism and out to set a pace for others to follow by sensitizing all the indigenes, both in Lagos and Ogun States to showcase its culture and tourist sites for attractions and thereby generating wealth.

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