Lagos Day: Lagos shines at 14th Akwaaba with spectacular outing

Lagos state on Tuesday, September 11, put up a spectacular outing on its Day at the 14th Akwaaba African Travel Market at the Eko Hotel and Suites. Lagos excited the visitors and guests with its unique hospitality, rich cultural heritage and entertainment. The state exhibition stand at the expo was a beehive of activities throughout the 3 days of the event with visitors and guests from across Africa and beyound coming to make one inquiry or the other. In recent years, the Lagos state government has demonstrated its commitment to…

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Nigeria has no major plan to develop tourism as product -Uko

 “The biggest achievement for Weizo in its four year was that for the first time we got two, three West African airlines sitting and saying yes we can interline, for us, that is the most successful achievement of Weizo”.  Mr Ikechi Uko, the organiser of Akwaaba African Travel Market, Accra Weizo, The Gambian Bantaba, international consultant to Calabar Carnival, team leader of Team Africa among others is a strong player in the travel and tourism industry in West Africa and beyond, making the difference in an area where many have…

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Air Peace emerges best carrier in West Africa

Picture Caption Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah (3rd right) receiving the carrier’s Balafon Award for Best Airline of the Year in West Africa 2018 from the Organiser of Accra Weizo and Publisher of ATQ News, Mr. Ikechi Uko (2nd left) and other dignitaries at the 4th Accra Weizo in Accra, Ghana on Friday Barely 16 months after launching its regional flight services, Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace has proved its mettle on the West Coast of Africa, picking the Balafon Award for “Best Airline of the Year…

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African Tourism gears towards new heights with record attendance at 2018 Indaba

Tourism in Africa is gearing towards new heights with record attendance from 80 countries for the 2018 Africa’s Travel Indaba in South Africa. The annual event which was held in Durban; Kwazulu Natal Province of South Africa from the 7th to the 10th of May experienced a significant rise in participation from last year’s event with 23 African countries in attendance this year. The overall registrations saw an increase by 4percent from last year’s figures reaching the 7000 mark. Total registered buyers increased by 14 percent from last year, bringing…

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