Commissioner endorses Ekiti Mountain Hike project
The Ekiti State Commissioner for Information, Tourism and Value Orientation, Mr Olumuyiwa Olumilua, has applauded the promoter of the 1st Ekiti Mountain Hike for evolving a bright idea aimed at showcasing iconic geographical gifts of Ekiti State for global embrace
The commissioner who rubbed minds with the promoters of the cultural tourism event in his office pointed out that Governor Fayemi’s administration is not only poised to encourage the incubation of bright and productive ideas but ready and willing to support brain works that are capable of adding value of substance to the state, its economy and the people”
Mr Olumilua said that the present government in Ekiti State is one that special interest in enhancing and sharpening ideas and one which would do everything humanly possible to encourage the positive aspirations of the youths .
“I am enamoured by the zeal at which you are projecting the hills and mountains of Ekiti. I am endeared to this project of yours not only because of the fecundity of your ideas and focus but also because of the positive vibration which you have deplored to brand and sell the iconic geographical blessing of the state for global acceptance. I will not distance myself from your progressive stride but will walk the trail and hike the mountain with you.
Michael Peculiar Ekiran, leader of the group, commended the commissioner for his proactive stance and enthusiasm towards the event.
“We sincerely want to thank you for being a destiny helper. We are surprised at the enthusiastic manner and positive body language which you have exhibited towards this project.
“We are happy that someone who is not only intelligent but vibrant and receptive to good ideas like you is the Commissioner. This goes to tell the world the calibre and status of people currently paddling the canoe of the state,” he said.
He revealed “Hon Commissioner, we have crossed all the necessary ‘t’s and dotted all the needed ‘I’s. We are also happy that you are going to lead us unto the mountain top on Easter Monday for the great 1st Ekiti Mountain hike. We are grateful.”