As part of its effort to revive tourism activities in the state, Anambra State Government has stated that it is building two-five star hotels in the state.
Joemartins Uzodike, the state Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism said that the hotels were the Agulu Lake Resort and the Protea Hotel.
“This administration is building top class five-star hotels. The Agulu Lake Resort is on-going morning and night; we have the Protea Hotel that is being built at Onitsha by the state government.
“We are trying to revive some of our tourism centres like where the Igbo started at Enugu-Aguleri. This year also we won a medal for being one of the Seven Wonders of Nigeria; the Ogbunike Cave was selected as one of the Seven Wonders of Nigeria,” he stated.
Uzodike expressed satisfaction with the development of culture and tourism sites in the state, adding that the government was trying to revive some of the tourism sites and had won medals in cultural festival.