Boss of Rwanda Convention Bureau to speak at Akwaaba MICE recovery virtual conference

Rwanda Convention Bureau boss, Nelly Mukazariye has been selected to speak at Akwaaba African Travel Market Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions, MICE Recovery Virtual Conference. The organisers of Akwaaba African Travel Market have confirmed that Nelly Mukazayire, chief executive officer of Rwanda Convention Bureau will be speaking at the 4th edition of the African Travel and Tourism Conference, scheduled to take place as a virtual event on September 21, 2020. Rwanda Convention Bureau is a private company established to market Rwanda as a preferred destination for MICE tourism (Meeting, Incentives,…

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Anger as Azman Air abandons passengers at Lagos Airport over charter operation

Azman Air cancellation of its morning flight to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja on Monday has left hundreds of its passengers stranded at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos on Monday Many of the passengers claimed that they were not informed of the flight cancellation by the airline, while a few others said they got information about the cancellation late Sunday night. A travel agent who was affected by the cancellation, Mr. Adebola Adebiyi, claimed that no fewer than five of his clients were affected by the abrupt…

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N4billion debt: AMCON seize assets of Geedee Zulu Investment Ltd.

Following the order of Honourable Justice M.S. Hassan of the Federal High Court, Lagos division, the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has taken over assets belonging to Mr. Frank Okwudili Ezuma and Mrs. Lilian Ifeoma Okwudili Ezuma, the chief promoters of Geedee Zulu Investment Limited over a staggering indebtedness of over N4billion.   In compliance to the enforcement order, AMCON on Monday August 31, 2020 commenced the process of effective possession of the properties through its Debt Recovery Agent – Prime Chamber Law Firm. The takeover, which has now…

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Picketing: Arik apologises to passengers over flights disruption

The management of Arik Air (In Receivership) has apologised to all its customers whose travel plans were disrupted by the picketing of our operations by some disgruntled staff on Monday, September 14, 2020. The airline in a statement signed by its manager, PR & communications, Adebanji Ola, said the picketing was illegal and has no backing of the aviation unions whose leadership have embraced dialogue by attending mediatory meetings called for Tuesday, September 15, 2020 by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Ola stated that, “the management strongly condemns this…

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