ANAMBRA will continue to invest in tourism to step up earnings from the sector.
In this direction, the state government has assured its readiness to partner corporate bodies that render value-added service on tourism sector.
Commissioner for Indigenous Art Works and Diaspora Affairs, Christian Madubuko gave the assurance while receiving in audience, members of a non-governmental organisation in his office.
According to Madubuko, tourism industry is very lucrative abroad and the ministry under his watch would improve and bring more recognition.
He also assured that he would personally take any group round different tourist sites in the state.
Earlier in his opening remarks, leader of the group, Onochie Aghadi explained that their visit was aimed at helping the state to promote tourism and make it more lucrative.
Aghadi also attested to rich array of natural tourist sites with which Anambra State is blessed, adding that they are ready to contribute their quota in harnessing and developing them to attract visitors and investors.