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NCAC and NYSC Collaborate in Partnership That Works

Above picture is the D.G of NYSC Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim presenting a gift to the D.G NCAC Otunba Runsewe While the picture below is the D.G NCAC presenting a

Nafest 2020: Nanta President thumbs up NCAC, pledge support to Jos tourism.

ISusan Akporiaye President National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA), has noted the very progressive and global marketing profile advanced by National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) to facilitate branding of Nigeria’s Cultural products and festivals. Speaking at the sidelines of the just concluded one week national festival in

Nafest 33rd edition ends in grand style, Peace back on the Plateau

Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State, re echoed the return of peace to Jos, noting that his government invested on security and the welfare of the people. He spoke glowingly about the tourism and hospitality economy of the plateau, adding that Nigerians and foreigners alike must return and invest, recreate

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Runsewe, Culture Ambassador of our time– Gov Simon Lalong

Impressed with the doggedness, organisation, perseverance and innovations brought to bear on Nigeria’s Cultural economy despite the challenges of covid 19 pandemic, Plateau state governor Simon Bako Lalong has described Otunba Segun Runsewe DG, NCAC as the authentic Cultural Ambassador of Nigeria. Governor Lalong disclosed that Runsewe’s innovative spirit and determination placed Culture in the front burner of national discourse,

Stakeholders commend Buhari, Lai Mohammed on creative Committee on covid palliatives

Culture industry technocrats and players have thumbed up President Mohammandu Buhari and his Culture minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed for responding to the challenges facing the sector through the Committee on Creative industry. The committee headed by Otunba Segun Runsewe DG NCAC, according the stakeholders during a meeting in Jos, noted that the creative Committee on the palliatives for the sector,

Look Successfull at WEFAS BARBING SALOON- Looking good is good business”

Barbing saloon is one unique outfit that has come to stay because of it’s unique service to mankind. Imagine if we don’t barb our hair, that will be something else. Thank God for the barber. As the saying goes, “looking good is good business”. Says Oriyomi Aileru the supervisor of WEFAS Barbing saloon, situated at Oremeta Street Ojodu Berger. Lagos.


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