The five District Assemblies in Upper West Region in collaboration with the Regional Co-ordinating Council and Ghana Tourists Board would soon come out with a brochure and directory on tourist attractions and sites in the region to facilitate tourism. Godfred Bayong-Tangu, Wa District Chief Executive, who made this known at Wa on Saturday, also said plans were far advanced to publicise such potentials on the Internet to attract tourists and investors.
He was speaking at the inauguration of Upper West branch of International Tourist Club (Ghana), whose members would educate the people on the need to preserve their cultural heritage. Mr Bayong-Tangu called on the business community to build more hotels and guesthouses to promote tourism and other economic activities. He said the Wa District Assembly was in consultation with authorities of Columbus city, U.S.A. to form a twin-city alliance to enhance educational and cultural development of the district.