Tito's co-owner Ricardo D'Souza denies selling the club, says 'news is baseless, will expand in golden jubilee year'

He further said that he would launch Tito's Hotel Groups, Tito's Travels and other businesses during the golden jubilee year of Club Tito's to make a big leap forward in the tourism sector in Goa.
Tito's co-owner Ricardo D'Souza denies selling the club, says 'news is baseless, will expand in golden jubilee year'
Club Tito's co-owner Ricardo D'Souza with his brother at a press conference in BagaGomantak Times

Club Tito's, one of the most popular party destinations in the country and iconic nightclubs in Goa since 1971, co-owner Ricardo D'Souza on Thursday, November 18, that denies selling Club Tito's, saying the news of selling of Tito's is baseless.

In July this year, D'Souza had announced via social media post that he had sold Club Tito's.

Speaking at a press conference held at Club Tito's in Baga, D'Souza said he had decided to sell the business as he was fed up with the corrupt government management here, but he had changed his mind after seeing the positive response from around the world.

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He further said that he would launch Titoz Hotel Groups, Titoz Travels and other businesses during the golden jubilee year of Club Tito's to make a big leap forward in the tourism sector in Goa.

Speaking about his foray into politics, he said he would take up active politics to change the corrupt political system in the country, even if politics was not an option for his family. However, declined to comment on his role in next year's election.

"The big business in the coastal areas of Goa has gone into the hands of foreign businessmen, so what is the contribution of such businessmen, who make crores of profit in this land, for Goa?" he asked.

In July, D'Souza said that he wanted to contest the upcoming legislative assembly elections from the Calangute constituency in North Goa, currently held by ports minister Micheal Lobo.

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