The Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) the umbrella body for Nigeria’s private sector tourism business practitioners, just held their 21st Annual Gemerald Meeting in Abuja on July 11, 2018. At the event, the president of FTAN insisted that the government should consider the establishment of Tourism Police at major tourist destinations in Nigeria.
For Air Namibia Spokesman, Paul Nakawa, the first departure of Air Namibia to Accra from Lagos, Nigeria on June 29, 2018 was a major milestone for the airline.
Lagos, Nigeria - The roads are empty, the only signs of life are birds chirping and foremen working the courtyards. It is early morning in Lagos' affluent Lekki area, and a makeup artist is rushing to get Sandra Tubobereni ready for a busy day ahead.
Africa’s foremost philanthropist and President of the Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote has bagged ‘Special Award for Responsible Tourism’.
Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Muhammed, on Sunday June 3rd 2018, revealed that the federal government has so far spent $9 billion on infrastructural projects in the last two years.
The fact that transportation companies,railway, marine and international airlines are not subjected to pay Value Added Tax (VAT) remittances to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
The Managing Director/CEO of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Mr. Valentine Ozigbo has advised the relevant ministries and agencies of government at the federal and state levels to spearhead the marketing of the tourism sector in Nigeria, saying doing so would help in leapfrogging the sector into a major revenue earner.
The Touristy Consultants Forum (TCF) has organised its maiden Annual General Meeting (AGM) which provided the platform for the election of new Executive Members who would take over the mantle of leadership from the Board of Trustees and the Interim Director.
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