Nigeria Receives Less Than 3 Percent Of Arrivals Into Africa

The Federation of Tourism Association of Nigeria [FTAN], says that less than three per cent of tourists visiting Africa annually choose Nigeria as their tourism destinations.

Karim Rabo, the FTAN president, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Sunday that the figure was low compared to other African countries that usually recorded huge patronage of international tourists.

It’s a New Dawn For Tourism in Nigeria – Onung

A tourism practitioner, Nkereuwem Onung, President, National Association of Nigeria Tour Operators [NATOP], and Managing Director, Remlords Tours has said that it’s a new dawn for the tourism sector as no efforts would be spared in ensuring that the issue of tourism data is put into the first burner.

EasyJet Picks Austrian Base For Post-Brexit Plan

UK airline EasyJet is planning to set up a new company in Austria to protect its European business after Britain leaves the European Union [EU]. The new airline, EasyJet Europe, will be based in Vienna. The airline must have an air operator certificate in an EU member country to allow it to continue flying between member states after Brexit.

Tourism Key To Foster Trade In Least Developed Countries

Tourism can make a strong contribution to the economies of Least Developed Countries where the sector is a major exporter concludes the report ‘Tourism for Sustainable Development in Least Developed Countries’ launched on the occasion of the Aid for Trade Review held in Geneva. The report was produced by the World Tourism Organization [UNWTO], the International Trade Centre [ITC] and the Enhanced Integrated Framework [EIF].

Prophet T.B. Joshua, Please Don’t Go!

Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, is undeniably a global brand. His Emmanuel TV is watched by millions across the world. Joshua recently made headlines when he announced his intention to immigrate to Israel, adding that his ministry is the “most persecuted in the whole world”.