St. Ange & Frimpong Plans for Private Sector & Students


Alain St. Ange, the known and respected tourism expert from the Seychelles who recently secured a consultancy mission with the Ghana Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture following an open bidding process as per World Bank program guidelines is forging ahead with his work in Accra.

After official meeting with Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture he addressed the official launch of the Africa Tourism Research Network before launching into tourism trade meetings.

On Thursday 6th April St. Ange, who is the former Seychelles Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine and one of the three Presidential Candidates in the 2020 elections vying to lead the island nation met Emmanuel Frimpong of Ghana to discuss joint actions which will include private sector trade industry and also addressing senior school students.

St. Ange

Emmanuel Frimpong is the Patron of the Ghana Association of Tourism and Hospitality Students (GATHS), a Senior Facilitator at the Hotel, Catering, Tourism, Training Institute (HOTCATT), the International Board of Trustee Member of the Pan African Heritage Museum, the Country Director for the West Africa Tourism Organisation, and a Director for the West Africa, BLEISURE.

He is also the former Executive Secretary of the Ghana Tourism Federation (GHATOF) and remains well placed to get the Ghana private sector Tourism Trade and Alain St. Ange to connect.

Earlier in the week, on Wednesday 5 April 2023, Alain St. Ange had been in Accra where he gave the address at the launch of the non-political, non-religious and non-governmental civil society organisation (CSO), Africa Tourism Research Network (ATRN), conceptualized by Emmanuel Frimpong.


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