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SPEAKING during the award for one of the first states to emerge as destination listed among the Seven Natural Wonders of Nigeria with Ikogosi Warm Spring as preferred tourists' site, the Ekiti State, Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Mrs Ronke Okusanya, described the enlistment of the state as a motivation to further

THE first speed-dating and tourism marketing promotion platform in Abuja, which broke the jinx of travel trade in its maiden edition has at its third year harmonised the successes of the previous events to stoke up quality of speed-dating, exhibition and activities of tourism buyers and sellers.
ÔÇťAbuja Bantaba, a platform organised to provide a roundtable for buyers and sellers in the absence of a credible face-to-face marketing platform in Abuja

FEDERAL government through the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Board NCPC have resolved to make the participation in the yearly Holy Pilgrimage to Israel a possibility for working class Nigerians just as it has reduced the fee to participate in the Eleven 11 day trip by twelve 12 percent. The reduction came about as a result of the commitment and hard work of the NCPC in making sure that more Nigerians are given the opportunity to be able to perform their religious obligations.

IN his paper on tourism legislation in Nigeria, the former Chairman, House Committee on Culture and Tourism, Hon.Kanayo G B Oguaka, said the legislative process is very important for the tourism sector to strive, adding that the tourism sector has been too problematic in the sense that the industry still need private sector-friendly legislative document.
During my stint as the House Chairman on Tourism, we created a platform called legislators dialogue series, which rallied most of the stakeholders in the tourism

KENYA used the presence of President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nigeria for an African Union Summit to progress a range of bilateral issues, among them the conclusion of negotiations over a new air services agreement between the two countries.
Kenya Airways presently flies daily with a B777 to Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital but has been unable to commence flights to Nigeria's political capital Abuja,

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