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THE Executive Governor of Cross River State, Senator Liyel Imoke has described Mr. President's plan to embark on Holy pilgrimage to Israel this October as unprecedented. He disclosed this in his Office in Calabar while playing host to the Chairman, Executive Secretary and members of the Board of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), who were in the state on sensitization visit. 
He stated that Mr. President's Participation in the Holy Pilgrimage will serve a purpose, especially at this time when the country needs prayer more than ever before.  He

THE Oodua Progressive Union, Netherlands during the inauguration of African Heritage Cultural Centre and Fund Raising ceremony in Netherlands awarded Wale Ojo Lanre, the President of The Guild of Tourism Journalists in Nigeria, the Best Tourism Promoter for his contribution to the tourism industry in the country.
The Editor of Tribune Tourism Magazine has consistently been at the vanguard of the campaign for the development of the great potentials of tourism in Nigeria for the

REUNION previously Île Bourbon, is a French island with a population of about 800,000 located in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar, about 200 kilometers southwest of Mauritius, the nearest island.
Administratively, Reunion is one of the overseas departments of France. Like the other overseas departments, Reunion is also one of the 27 regions of France (being an

AS the cold weather gets underway in the United Kingdom, commuters in London will be able to indulge in the warmth and natural beauty that is the Seychelles islands, as depicted by the new posters that will grace the city next week.
The Seychelles Tourist Office in UK is starting a new 'Affordable Seychelles' campaign on Monday 23rd September, in a bid to reach commuters who go through the London Underground.
Posters carrying the 'Luxury within reach' message will be displayed in 81 stations in London and the South East of UK, reaching out to a mix of commuters who use the

NO fewer than 5,000 Nigerians will jet out to India at the end of this year. There aren't flying there to gawk at the sprawling Taj Mahal Building in Agra; nor are they going there to burn incense to the big-bellied Buddha. They are, basically, sick. And India can help them  to her own advantage  and at a loss to Nigeria, according to the Nigeria Medical Association. So, annually, the NMA says, Nigeria loses $800 million (N125 billion) to this sort of tourism. And so it is across the world. At least 50

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