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In  a strategic response to the partial closure of the iconic third mainland bridge for repairs in Lagos, the National Inland Waterways Authority ( NIWA) has deployed forty-feet floating jetties to help bring water transportation services close to commuters through out the six months repairs duration of the bridge.
The floating jetties are  to compliment the flagging off  of four brand new water transportation routes located at  Adekunle, under the third mainland bridge outward oworoshonki from Yaba, another at  Lekki phase one by NIWA police post, Oyingbo and at  Oworoshonki, in bound the island.
Wednesday, 15 July 2020 00:00

National Theatre: Celebrating Renovation

Nigeria's iconic National Theatre is a dead end. It was never in doubt and if you disagree, there is a free offer of a tour. That's by the side. What actually benumbing is the many lies that camouflage the "take over, I hand over" situation of government facilities and infrastructure. The case of the National Theatre certainly captures the Nigerian failed efforts in maintenance culture.

Sadly, it has become an act, a deceptive creative mental methodology, usually phrased to provide bread and butter for the "boys". Those posted to the National Theatre were usually on a mission to make the place worse and encased in darkness.

Wednesday, 15 July 2020 00:00

NCAC Launches Drive-in Cultural Show in Jos

Nigeria cultural tourism community witnessed its first successful count down to a post covid 19 new normal engagement with a drive- in artistic experience, held at the open grounds of Sheraton hotels, Abuja on Sunday.

The event, shoveled with very tight security, social distancing and a must wear mask protocols, ushered in selected car owners strategically connected to a special program frequency for sound, dedicated pavilions and over forty visitors convenience.

Monday, 13 July 2020 00:00

UK Denies Air Peace Operational Right

The Nigerian Federal Government said it will review its air agreements with various countries as a result of the unacceptable treatment of Nigerian carriers by the UK.

A Nigerian Air Peace airline flight deployed to evacuate stranded Nigerians in the UK has been denied landing rights. A statement released by the Nigerian high commission in London on Sunday. The evacuation flights from London Heathrow to Abuja and Lagos will now depart on Tuesday, July 14 on a partner airline.

Friday, 10 July 2020 00:00

Rare Gorillas Found in Nigeria

Conservationists have captured the first images of a group of rare Cross River gorillas with multiple babies in Nigeria’s Mbe mountains, proof that the subspecies once feared to be extinct is reproducing amid protection efforts.

The Touristry Consultants Forum (TCF) held their 2nd Biennial General Meeting on Wednesday 1st July, 2020 via a Zoom Meeting. The theme centered on “Harnessing Potentials of Tourism for Nigeria’s Post Covid-19 recovery”. The welcome address was given by the Chairman Board of Trustees, TCF, Alhaji Aminu Agoha.

Lolo Ngozi Ngoka, TCF Founder then gave a brief introduction of what Touristry Consultants Forum (TCF) is about. She explained that TCF aims to open new opportunities for its members, offer avenues for professional growth and sharing of knowledge, and provide access to tourism consultancy services and benefits.

The African Union has hinted that tourism destinations in Africa have collectively lost $55 billion in travel and tourism revenue.

This was disclosed by the African Union (AU) commissioner for infrastructure and energy, Amani Abou-Zeid, last Thursday during a news conference.

Amani explained that the aviation industry is badly hit. According to him, the ripple effect of lockdown measures adopted domestically and internationally, to combat coronavirus was a huge trigger for economic loss, as tourism generates about 10 percent of the GDP in Africa.

IATA, in its report, titled, ‘Quarantine measures threaten aviation restart in Africa and the Middle East,’ noted that aviation was the worst-hit sector in Africa and the Middle East with more than 8.6 million jobs at risk. The report did not provide the data for May.

According to the report, passenger numbers in Nigeria declined in April and June by 4.7 million and 5.32 million respectively when compared to the corresponding periods in 2019.

The Coalition of Societies for the Rights of Older Persons in Nigeria (COSROPIN), has urged the Federal Government to strengthen policies that would transform the country into a world-class tourist hub.

Sen. Eze Ajoku, President of the coalition made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, on Sunday in Abuja, in reaction to the increasing emigration of Nigerians to Dubai for tourism.

The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola told the National Assembly Joint Committee on Works, on Wednesday, that the Federal Government is proposing a plan to concession 10 key highways in the country. The project will be called the “Highway Project and Management Initiative.”

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