Nigeria to encourage heritage tourism with Brazil, —-Lai Mohammed

“Mrs Ibijoke sanwo-olu and Otunba Segun Runsewe cutting the tape to open the center”   Minister of Information and Culture,

ATBOWATON President inaugurate Gbaji Yeke jetty.

Pesident, Association of Tourist Boat Operators and Water Transporters of Nigeria (ATBOWATON), Mr Gani Tarzan Balogun on Wednesday, commissioned a

ATPN APPOINTS SIX ZONAL COORDINATORS

National President of the Association of Tourism Practitioners of Nigeria (ATPN) announced yesterday during a virtual event the appointment of

Fayemi promises memorable Nafest 2021

Ekiti state Gov. Dr. Kayode Fayemi has assured that the State is determined to make thus NAFEST a memorable experience.

LASG BEGINS DISBURSEMENT OF 1 BILLION NAIRA TO TOURISM PRACTITIONERS 

… PROMISES TO STRENGTHEN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM SECTOR Lagos State Government, on Thursday made symbolic presentation

AFCFTA: NANTA TO PROMOTE INTRA AFRICAN TOURISM TRADE.

Mr Muharram Abdel Rahman ( GM) Egypt air and Mrs Susan Akporiaye President NANTA without their teams during the visit

Gov Sanwo-Olu Set for LATHACE 2021 Tourism Economic Summit For March 25th- FTAN Lagos Chapter Coordinator 

“Harmonizing relationship in Public Private partnership in Lagos Tourism Hospitality, Arts and Culture for Sustainable development towards a greater Lagos”

PROMOTING NIGERIAN FOOD CULTURE

The special cultural food basket we are unveiling today is a collection of Nigerian food items locally produced by Nigerian

ARGUNGU POLO TOURNAMENT AND CULTURAL FETE SET FOR SEPTEMBER 2021

The Organizing Committee of Argungu Polo Tournament and Cultural Fete just announced the hosting of this year’s Fete in Argungu,

Society lauds Lagos female teachers’ efforts toward assisting vulnerable children

A nongovernmental organisation (NGO), Society for Orphans Welfare (SOW), on Monday lauded efforts of female teachers in Lagos State toward

Nigeria and South Korea to Strengthen mutual Cultural relationship

The need to further establish and reinforce the mutual cultural relationship that exists between the South Korea and the National

NIWA TO ENGAGE ACTL TO MOVE CARGOES FROM LAGOS PORTS VIA BURUTU PORT TO ONITSHA RIVER PORT

In an effort to make Onitsha River Port functional, and to decongest the Lagos Ports, the National Inland Waterways Authority

 

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