NANTA laments over poor allocation of Forex by CBN, UBA to meet financial obligations to IATA

Photo Caption: L-R: Hezekiah Afolabi, Vice president western zone NANTA, Yinka Folami, VP Lagos, Mrs Susan Akporiaye, president NANTA and Daisy Olotu, Financial Secretary NANTA at the Association’s 2021 first quarter media briefing in Lagos on Tuesday, February 9th. The National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies, NANTA, has lamented the inability of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN and its bank, the United Bank for Africa, UBA to make Foreign Exchange available to the body to enable it repatriate funds to the International Air Transport Association, IATA. Speaking during its…

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