National Centre for Arts and Culture (NCAC)
in collaboration with Emid’s Promotion are preparing to conduct Miss Tourism
for the first time in The Gambia to encourage young people to know more about
culture and tourism in the country.
Lamin Nyang, executive director of Emid’s Promotion said they have been trying to convince the pass government to conduct the promotional event but there was no possibility.
He thanked the Minister of Tourism and the National Center for Arts and Culture for approving the staging of the event.
The event is expected to be grace by the First Lady of The Gambia Fatou Bah-Barrow and the Minister of Tourism and culture on 9th March 2019 at Senegambia beach hotel.
Fatou Wally, secretary general of Emid’s promotion said Miss Tourism is conducted to promote tourism and culture and whoever becomes the winner, will represent The Gambia in outside Miss Events to saw the world the country’s culture. “We are organising this event so that young people can show their talents and culture.”
Matty Jobe, assistant director of Performing Arts at the NCAC said her office is committed to promote tourism but there are lot of work to do. “I call on young people to come and participate during the event.”