Sierra Leone News: Niagara’s Mayor, Sierra Leone Tourism Minister Strike Deals

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Minister of Tourism Memunatu Pratt

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Culture has clinched another partnership and collaboration deal and settlement within twenty five minutes of one-on-one discussion with Mayor James M. Diodati of Niagara City of Ontario.

Giving a detailed backdrop of the meeting, the Minister and delegation did a morning site visit to the Niagara Tourism Village, which settlement attracts quite a huge number of tourists, for its beauty, history, heritage, antiques and many more.

During the tour the Minister attracted many aged Canadian women, who were interested in African Sierra Leone attire, and this drew more attention and created interviews for the Minister and delegation for the purpose of a visit. The Minister of Tourism with full alacrity responded accordingly as usual.

As the conducted tour concluded, the team had a proper observatory and concurrent approach with strong bench marks in how Sierra Leone can transform her colonial settlements to a beautiful and active tourist attraction site, which will raise awareness and generate income and employment with viable socio-economic benefits.
His receptiveness gave the Minister and team a flexible and comfortable atmosphere for successful deliberations.

The Mayor on arrival handed the Minister of Tourism, Memunatu Pratt a welcome gift of acceptance assuring the Minister that she is indeed welcome.
Well “Boe Tah Boe Nah” he who gives must expect to be given. Just after the presentation of the Mayor, the Minister in return also presented Sierra Leone’s Tourism promotional materials one after the other, and this gave the Mayor a shock as he wasn’t expecting anything numerous.

A special exchange of the Sierra Leone and Canadian lapels were fixed on both officials as a honorary symbol, statesmanship and acceptance of partnerships and dual collaborations betwixt the two ascendancy. It was just after the friendly exchange of tokens, that the Mayor declared readiness for a healthy partnership and collaboration with Sierra Leone Tourism with supports for tourism development in Sierra Leone.

Just at the end of the successful meeting, the team was taken to see, feel, and share experiences from the Niagara Falls. Polishing the deals the team visited one of the Seven Wonders of the World that is the Niagara Falls located in Ontario, a Canadian city. At the famous waterfalls, which falls is linked and perched with the United States by New York City border. And this unifies Canada and America separated by the Niagara Falls.

This site on the Niagara River’s western shore buoyantly overlooks the Horseshoe Falls, with the cascades’ most expansive sections and well pathed ancient water rocks splashes water mist, as the rainbow gives the genuine ambiance of hope to visitors.

 

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