As part of efforts to boost the internally generated revenue through utilization of tourism attractions in the state, the Ogun State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Dr. Oluwatoyin Taiwo has paid a working visit to the 2nd storey building in Nigeria situated at Ipate Oyinbo, Osi quarter, Ota.
The Commissioner, who was on inspection tour to the site, described the building as a major landmark which should serve as one of the major income generation avenue to the state government.
He expressed the readiness of the state government to diversify its internally generated revenue by investing in major tourists attraction sites in the state.
The Chairman, Awori Tourism Board, Omoba Femi Fadina, described the inspection tour of the Honorable Commissioner as one which was timely and tactical to the development of tourism in Awori land.
He expressed the readiness of Awori Tourism Board to work with the state government in exploring major tourist attractions in Awori land, adding that Awori is rich in culture and as such, is blessed with major tourist attractions.
The building, which housed Christian Missionaries, in the 18th century was where late Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther commenced the translation of the holy bible from English to Yoruba.