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18 May 2019
Tributes have continued to pour in for the veteran filmmaker, Chief Eddie Ugbomah, who passed on last Saturday. The Delta State-born filmmaker reportedly died at a medical facility on Lagos Island. One of his eldest children, Amaechi Ogunnibi (nee Ugbomah) disclosed that he would have been 78 in December. Lagos State Commissioner for Culture and…
20 Apr 2019
Tragic stories of people being smuggled illegally and finding themselves at the risk of assault and abuse such as rape, beating, kidnappings, prostitution, slavery, robbery, organs harvesting, sex/human trafficking, and others are amongst the many incidents that influenced the organisers of the Lagos International Jazz Festival (LIJF) to place addressing the social menace of illegal…
16 Apr 2019
The Republic of Namibia yesterday deepened bilateral pact with Nigeria with the opening of Namibian Visa Processing desk in Lagos.The desk, in partnership with Air Namibia, is to facilitate seamless travel processing between West and Southern Africa...
23 Mar 2019
The applause that greeted the award of honour presented by organisers of the prestigious iREP International Documentary Film Festival continued even after the unrelenting creative trailblazer took her seat after the brief award ceremony.
16 Mar 2019
The Lagos State Commissioner for Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Mr Steve Ayorinde has stated that the tourism growth plan of Governor Ambode...
9 Mar 2019
Steve Ayorinde, the Honourable Commissioner for Tourism, Arts & Culture, Lagos State, has been confirmed as the Keynote Speaker at the 3rd edition of the Nigeria Travel Awards organised by Jumia Travel. Ayorinde will be speaking on the theme: “Lagos as a Model For Tourism Growth in Nigeria”. The event, which is scheduled to hold…
23 Feb 2019
As stakeholders in the travel and tourism sector gear up for this year’s Nigerian travel Awards, Jumia Travel, the hotel & flight arm of Jumia, has officially...
23 Feb 2019
In a bid to create awareness on the need for preservation of historical and cultural heritage sites/monuments in the state, the Lagos State Government recently...
31 Jan 2019
From all indications, the several investments of the Lagos state government in the tourism sector is steadily but surely paying off.
12 Dec 2018
The obvious disconnect among peoples of black origin scattered the world over has been a source of worry to some concerned individuals...
2 Jun 2018
It was an evening of bountiful harvest of artistic performances and entertainment by children at the Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja on Sunday, as Governor Akinwunmi Ambode was treated to the best of contemporary arts performances by various art groups.
14 Apr 2018
In line with its commitment to cause a major shift in marketing the tourism and creative potential inherent across the State, the Lagos State Government will on Monday, April 16, 2018, hold a one-day tourism summit at the Eko Hotel & Suite, Victoria Island, Lagos.

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