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Dupe Olusola

20 Jul
Notwithstanding the potential of the tourism sector in the country, prevailing security challenges continue to undermine the growth of the sector, even as operators develop new solutions to mitigate the problems.
8 Jun
Having barely recovered from the impact of COVID-19 lockdown, newer restrictions to contain further spread of the pandemic have begun to hit hard on the hospitality sector, as earnings of listed firms in the sector remain abysmal, just as the players continue to lay off workers.
9 Mar
Transcorp Hotels Plc has announced the launch of Aura, a new digital platform through which people can book accommodation, restaurants and experiences.
22 Sep 2020
Notwithstanding a bleak outlook, the hospitality business holds for Nigeria following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, one of the country’s five-star hotels, Transcorp...
21 Aug 2020
As governments around the world implement strategies to boost local economies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Managing Director/CEO, Transcorp Hotels Plc, Dupe Olusola...

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Speaker, House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, on Friday inaugurated a 1.6km link road in Ikorodu, Lagos State, facilitated by Mr Benson Babajimi, the lawmaker representing the area in the National Assembly.
41 mins ago
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced two additional fatalities from the coronavirus pandemic on Friday with 197 fresh cases reported across five states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
47 mins ago
The National Oil Spills Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA) has dismissed as “guess work“ claims from several parties on the volume and the cause of ongoing leak from Aiteo’s oilfield at Nembe, Bayelsa.
56 mins ago
The National Population Commission (NPC), says it is smoothening all necessary processes through pre-test exercise to improve the next census in the country
1 hour ago
World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday urged countries not to panic but to prepare for the likely spread of COVID-19 Omicron variant as scientists continue to study it.