Imo partners FTAN on tourism development, as federation inaugurates South East Zonal Council

The Imo State government has expressed its desire to partner with the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) to develop tourism in the state. This was disclosed by state’s Commissioner for Tourism, Mazi Uche Ohia during the inauguration of the FTAN South East Zonal Council in Owerri, the Imo State capital. The commissioner also said the state was taking stock of all its tourism assets in order to develop them. This, he said, has become necessary looking at current global economic reality which has made the need to diversify…

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FTAN inaugurates 3 man committee to probe finances of Lagos chapter

.. Appeals to new exco to honour Runsewe with dignified award The Chairman Board of Trustees of the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria, FTAN, Chief Samuel Alabi has set up a three member committee to review the finances of Lagos State chapter of FTAN. Chief Alabi said the three man committee will look at the activities of Lagos FTAN, its mandate and how it was able to open and run account without the knowledge of the Federation. Speaking before the FTAN delegates election in Abuja, Alabi frowned at the…

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ANJET honours Runsewe, Alabi, Ogbeni Awe, Uko, inaugurates executives, patrons

It was celebration time at the recently held tourism seminar by the Association of Nigerian Journalists and Writers of Tourism (ANJET) in Lagos, when the umbrella body for travel writers in the country honoured some of the operators in the tourism sector, and inaugurates its new executives as well as patrons. On the honour list were the director general of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, a patron of the association; and Chief Samuel Alabi of Eko Hotels and Suites, who is also a patron…

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