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Women in Tourism (WIT) on Sunday, December 2, 2018, crowned it’s activities for the year with a gala night at the Accra Tourism Information Centre.
The President of WIT and CEO of Staple Travel and Tours Limited, Nancy Quartey Sam; in an address called on industry players to extend a helping hand to the people in Tourism especially women because there are a lot of women in Tourism, who are really working hard to succeed and all they need is a little push.
“Let’s uplift and connect one another, since it is one of the objectives of WIT”.
In an interview with ghananewsonline.com.gh explained that, there are lots of initiatives in the pipe line for both women in the formal sector as well as in vocation or trade. “It is just a matter of time, we started not long ago but so far so good, we will surely get there”.
The Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection; Mrs. Cynthia Morrison who was trailed by the cultural performance by the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind, said “This can only be the doing of God”.
She told this reporter of her passionate commitment to children with autism.
The blissful night cannot be complete without the mention of the beautiful performance from the ever-green, highlife female musician Akosua Agyapong, who electrified the place and added “life” to the program.
Some important personalities who graced the gala dinner with their presence include; Nana Mbroba Dabo I, Paromout Queen Mother of Anomabo Traditional Area and Patron of WIT, H. E Lulu Xingwana, High Commission of South Africa, Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, CEO of Ghana Tourism Authority among others.
The gala came to an end with a donation of assorted items to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind.
Source: Ophelia Allotey