Oguntoye brothers bag World Tourism Award

Nigerian twin brothers, Oguntoye Taiwo Oyedele and Oguntoye Kehinde Oladele, will be flying the Nigerian flag at this year’s Twins Days Festival in Ohio and will also be receiving an award of excellence at the African Diaspora World Tourism Award in Atlanta Ga, USA.

It will be recalled that the Oguntoye brothers were the first twins to represent Africa at the recently concluded 2016 Mojiang International Twins Festival in China which is the largest gathering of twins in Asia. The duo, the most famous twins in Africa tourism and the world initiators of Twins Tourism, are expected to participate and showcase Nigeria twinning culture and experiences of being a twin along with other twins and their families, who will be gathered to celebrate multiple births at the 41st annual Twins Days Festival scheduled to hold on August 5 to 7, 2016.

According to the Twins Days Festival Committee, “we are pleased to have the Oguntoye twin brothers from Nigeria to be part of this year’s Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio”. Twins Day is one of the world’s largest gathering of multiple births in the world with weekend activities, including ggolf tournament, a welcome cookout, parade, twins talent show, twins contest, stage entertainment, fireworks display etc.

Also, Oguntoye Taiwo and Kehinde are to receive African Diaspora World Tourism Award in Atlanta Ga for outstanding creation of Twins Tourism and World Twins Festival at the African Diaspora World Tourism Awards (ADWT-Awards) and Travel Expo to be held on August 26-28, 2016 at the Westin Atlanta Airport, USA.

African Diaspora World Tourism Awards founded by Kitty Pope is being presented by AfricanDiasporatourism.com, an online magazine exploring black culture and heritage worldwide, in association with Atlanta’s AD King Foundation, a non-profit organisation promoting peace and non-violence. ADWT-Awards will be co-presented and produced by Dr. Babs Onabanjo, CEO of the AD King Foundation and Rev. (Dr) Eugene Franklin, founder/president and chair of the Pan African Cultural Heritage Tourism Initiative.