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20 Nov
Channelled towards an Africa where the sport is viewed and approached as tourism, the third edition of African Sports Tourism Summit & Masterclass, one of the activities of African Sports
20 Nov
Ahead of this year’s edition of the African Travel Times Magazine Awards, organisers have unveiled a list of winners for the prestigious travel and tourism industry awards.
13 Nov
A don at the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Prof. Jeleel Ojuade, has urged the Federal Government to shelve its alleged plan to merge the Ministry of Culture and Tourism with another ministry.
13 Nov
The National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR) has commenced eLearning programmes in partnership with the Eureka Consortium, an international education
1 Nov
The traditional ruler of Erin-Ijesa, a community in Oriade Local Council of Osun State, Oba Isaac Adeyeba Ayeni, Akinla of Erin-Ijesa, has bemoaned the sorry state of Erin-Ijesa Waterfall,
24 Oct
It’s no secret that Ghana has been high on my bucket list for some time. My IG followers can attest to that, I’m sure. My constant coverage of this incredible country situated in the centre of the world has been consistent. But the question is, can you blame me? As an avid heritage tourist who…
1 Oct
As Nigeria joined the rest of the world to celebrate the United Nations World Tourism Day, the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN), has rallied members and stakeholders
28 Sep
The Federal Government has expressed determination to collaborate with the Kaduna State Government to improve the economic performance of the state.
27 Sep
The Federal Government has challenged the states to see tourism beyond leisure and entertainment but as an economy and tools for poverty reduction.
18 Aug
Following its Committee on Agriculture’s report presented by its Chairman, Anselem Ogugwo, the Rivers State House of Assembly, yesterday, passed the state’s Prohibition of Open Rearing
10 Jul
Economic losses are mounting in developing countries due to the absence of widespread COVID-19 vaccinations. According to UNCTAD report published on 30 June, the crash in international tourism
10 Jul
To ensure continuous tourism development and drive to improve the performance of hotel managers in Nigeria and Africa, top-rated resource personnel have been listed to share their wealth of experience

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