Glamour World Park Gate is a master piece designed by Godwin Eriabie of Goddello Arts Gallery Limited, Benin City; for Glamour World Park, Ososo. The Gate is a historical monument of Ososo People, the Nigerian Nation and the World in general. Historically, Ososo is made up of four quarters and in order of seniority namely: Anne, Egbetua, Okhe and Ikpena. These four quarters known as Unukhu made up Ososo Clan that metamorphosed into Ososo town. The four pillars on which the four men stands represent the copious granite rocks in Ososo. The statue on the far left of the gate represent Ọrẹkpẹ – the man that led Anni People to where they now settle, known as Anni quarter. On the immediate left is Ọkara, he led Egbetua People to the former old Egbetua on the eastern axis of Ososo town. However, in the last quarter of the twentieth century, the People relocated to the plain still in the eastern axis of Ososo and about a kilometer and half from the old Egbetua. The new settlement is now known as New Egbetua. On the right is Ogbodo – he led Okhe People to her present settlement, sandwich between Ikpena and the new extension known as Iyola. The last but not the least is Ogiamẹ. He led Ikpena People to their present settlement in the northwestern axis of Ososo town. The four men representing Ososo shoulder Glamour World Park. Again the four men represent the founding fathers of Nigerian Nation: Nnamdi Azikiwe in the East and South-East; Ọbafẹmi Awolọwọ in the West and South-West; Ahmadu Bello and Abubakar Tafawa Balewa in the North and Middle Belt. These four men fought for the sovereignty of Nigerian Nation. The four statues yet again, represent the four pillars upon which the world is anchor, namely: East, West, North and South. The effigies at the top of the gate represent Ososo cultural heritage and the culture of some other tribes in Nigeria. The globe at the top represent the world while the birds at the top of the globe represent tourists, going on holidays; crossing oceans and continents, visiting historical sites, monuments and cultivating friendship across the world. The four maidens hold up lights, inviting tourists to visit the park and savor the exquisiteness of Glamour World Park. Finally, the birds at the top of the globe represent doves and dove is the harbinger of peace and without peace in the world, there can never be an atmosphere for the tourism industry to strive. We add our voice to those eminent personalities that agitate for dialogue as alternative course of action for conflict resolution so that peace can truly unite the world into a global village for world tourism industry to strive.