Rev. (Dr.) J.A. Ottuh cutting the tape to commission the hotel and assisted by Mr. Fred Atsiangbe (Left) and Chief Patrick Ogiba (Right)
THE Managing Director of LA IRO HOTEL, Okuokoko in Okpe Local Government Area of Delta State, Mrs. Emuobosa Atsiangbe has said that the hotel would boost tourism and hospitality business in the State.
In an interview with our Correspondent during the official opening ceremony of the hotel situated at No 3, Jamima Close, Okuokoko, the Managing Director held that LA IRO has come to filled the missing link in the hospitality business in the state.
Mrs. Atsiangbe disclosed that LA IRO would be run in a Godly way, assuring customers of their security and better treatment by dedicated staff .
She said; ” We decided to open LA IRO to cater for the need of the people in this vicinity, the state and beyond. We took our time before we came up with the hotel; we want to contribute our own quota to the hospitality business in Delta State, the time to fill the missing link has come hence the birth of LA IRO.”
According to her also; LA IRO will be run in a Godly way; we took our time in recruiting our staff, they are very friendly. LA IRO has over 20 well furnished rooms, good security, round the clock power supply and good dishes. LA IRO is a home away from home. We have put everything in place for the comfort of our customers.”
On the bad road, the Managing Director revealed that plans are under way by concerned residents to put efforts together to fix it up, but she also appealed to the State Government to direct DLA to come to the rescue of the people in the area.
“Now that we have contributed our quota to the promotion of tourism and hospitality business in the state, I want to appeal to the state government to direct DLA to fix up the roads in this area,” she said.
The Managing Director commended all those who came for the official opening ceremony of LA IRO HOTEL despite the heavy rain and assured them of better treatment in the hotel.