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Hajj 2020: ‘Refund intending pilgrims’ funds’ Civil society urges NAHCON to direct State Pilgrims Boards

FOLLOWING the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s decision to limit this year’s Hajj to residents only and the wider operational implications for Hajj participating countries like Nigeria, a civil society organisation that monitors and reports Hajj has called on the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), to immediately summon a stakeholders meeting to discuss the way forward for Hajj and Umrah …

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COVID-19:  Tourism sector requires N30b, 6month moratorium among economic stimulus- ITPN

TOURISM industry will require N30 billion economic stimulus, a moratorium period for all bank facilities granted operators in the Travel-Hospitality and the Tourism Sub-sectors for a period of not less than 6 months; Tax Free regime among other palliatives as part of Post Covid-19 intervention. National President of the Institute for Tourism Professionals of Nigeria (ITPN), Chief Abiodun Odusanwo made …

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An era of reduction in sales of travel & tourism businesses

FOR clients and practitioners in the travel and tourism trade, given the recent outbreak of Covid-19 also known as Corona Virus, having also, recently confirmed one case in Lagos, Nigeria where it was said to be conveyed by an Italian business traveler from Milan, a lot seems obviously out of place. So, please what is your take on the effects …

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Lagos Aviation Academy speaks on 15-year plan to train new breed professionals

announces plan to commence online courses LAGOS Aviation Academy (LAA), has announced a 15-year plan aimed at training the incoming workforce to ensure continuity and improvement of professionalism in the Nigerian Aviation industry. This is just as plans are set to make study easier for its students who might not be physically available to take the courses as the academy …

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Finchglow Travels harps on diversity, hosts 4th Trade Partners Forum in Lagos

FINCHGLOW TRAVELS, has urged partners at the 4th edition of its Trade Partner’s Forum in Lagos to diversify in their businesses, revealing that one of the biggest growing niche markets is the cruise business with over 28.5 million passengers in 2018. Focused on the theme: “Global Mindset”, the forum was organized in a bid to help trade partners improve their …

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Nakumbuka Day set to hold in Ghana, November 26

NAKUMBUKA, the annual day of the observance for the African slavery holocaust (Maafa) will be held this November 26, 2019 with educators and youth coming together to share in this inaugural celebration. Nakumbuka, meaning ‘We remember’ in Swahili is held in memory of millions of Africans who perished during the suave trade and the middle passage. The program will hold …

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