Aruba announces new Minister of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports



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Danguillaume P. Oduber has been appointed as the new Minister of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports for the island of Aruba. As an innovative leader and philanthropist, Mr. Danguillaume Oduber is a creative luminary who brings extensive professional experience and ambition to Aruba’s government.

“It is an honor to congratulate Mr. Danguillaume Oduber on his appointment of Minister of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports, and we welcome him to this prestigious position,” said Ronella Tijn Asjoe-Croes, CEO of the Aruba Tourism Authority. “With a commitment to excellence and growth of our country, we look forward to working with Mr. Danguillaume Oduber and continuing to elevate Aruba’s tourism industry.”

With a diverse background in political relations, Mr. Danguillaume Oduber has represented the island of Aruba as a respected member of parliament through an array of extensive committees including transportation, infrastructure and environment, tourism, labor and primary sector.

“The island of Aruba is my passion and I treasure its people. As the appointed Minster of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports for the island, I am humbled by the opportunity to lead and foster such a complex industry. It is a tremendous privilege that I am honored to fulfill,” said Danguillaume Oduber, Minister of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports.

He officially entered the political arena back in 2013 as a member of parliament, before becoming the Minister of Tourism, Public Health, and Sports in 2017. Mr. Danguillaume Oduber is originally from Aruba and permanently resides on the island with his family.

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