ANJET tasks govt, others on tourism development

As the year unfolds with uncertainty surrounding revenue generations by the government and tackling unemployment, the Association of Nigerian Journalists and Writers of Tourism (ANJET), has charged the government at all levels and the organised private sector (OPS) to pay serious attention to tourism development and promotion. The body of organised travel journalists, writers and bloggers, lamented that despite the vast potential and comparative advantage that the country has in tourism that the government has continued to pay lip-service to the sector, not bothering to create the right policies, incentives…

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ANJET, others condemn proposed NIHOTOURS bill before NASS

Travel and tourism writers in the country have joined other stakeholders to decry unfolding moves by the National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism, NIHOTOURS to push through a bill presently before the National Assembly which seeks to confer on it the sole authority to regulate the industry.   The writers under the aegis of the Association of Nigerian Journalists and Editors of Tourism, ANJET, also an affiliate of the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) who said ‘Nihotour has completely gone beyond its brief and what is expected of…

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