Chinonso said the move would assist in addressing the challenges of unemployment in the country.
“Nigerian government do not really have additional budget for tourism, and tourism only have 30 per cent rating in the country,’’ he opined.
He said that effective structures of orientation, understanding the aspect of tourism, encourage Public Private Partnership (PPP) and effective management of budgeted allocation would promote the development of tourism sector.
“Inadequate funding structure, absent of private investors on tourism, poor government policy and insecurity as well as insurgency are factors militating against the development of the sector,” he said.
According to him, what the group is doing will improve culture, ethnics and other related issues among the various tribal group in FCT.
Emmanuel said the group’s awareness project would provide sufficient knowledge about the values, norms, tradition as well as provide a common ground for all Nigerians to stand.
The NYSC Tourism Group is a Community Development Service group of 2014 batch `A’ in FCT. (NAN)[eap_ad_3]