… as partnership possibilities abound

By Juliet Ebirim

EbonyLife Place welcomed the new Lagos State Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, pharmacist Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf, on Thursday, February 6 2020.

Mo Abudu, CEO of EbonyLife Media, took the Tourism Commissioner and her team on a tour of EbonyLife Place, the first luxury lifestyle and entertainment resort in Sub Saharan Africa.

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Nestled in Lagos, Nigeria, EbonyLife Place boasts five luxury cinema screens, three restaurants, exquisite event spaces and a boutique hotel.

During the tour, Commissioner Akinbile-Yussuf shared her aspirations and dreams for the ministry with a  focus on tourism. Under the Lagos State administration, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu is fully committed to making Lagos a destination as part of its ultimate goal of A GREATER LAGOS. Central to this under the Entertainment and Tourism Pillar is to make Lagos a top destination on the African continent to live, work and invest in.

L-R: Omohodion Ronke, Personal Assistant to the Honourable Commissioner; Quadri Ishola Moshood, Personal Assistant to the Honourable Commissioner; Eunice Omole, Chief Strategy Officer, EbonyLife Media; Uzamat Akingbile-Yusuf, Honourable Commissioner, Tourism, Arts and Culture; Mo Abudu, Chief Executive Officer, EbonyLife Media; Tinubu Ferdinand, Special Assistant to the Honourable Commissioner during a courtesy visit to EbonyLife Place; Olayinka Ojo, Head, Public Affairs Unit.

Commissioner Akinbile-Yussuf congratulated Mo Abudu: “Well done on your achievement in building a multipurpose facility, creating jobs and keeping the authenticity of Lagos culture a mainstay at EbonyLife Place.”

Abudu and Akinbile-Yussuf discussed partnership opportunities with the Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture in many areas. Mo Abudu is delighted at the possibilities: “Because of EbonyLife’s commitment to quality and unique experiences, EbonyLife Place has become one of the city’s most popular facilities and a hub for the creative sector. We’re excited about the opportunities to work with the Ministry to put a spotlight on Lagos as the foremost entertainment and tourism destination in Africa.”



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