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Afrijet Airlines MD,Tukur Turbaned Walin Bakori

  Posted by Sade Williams    Allhaji Mohammed Tukur, Managing director, Arijet Airlines, was recently turbaned as the Walin Bakori by the District Head of Bakori, the Makama Katsina Hakimin Bakori, Alhaji Sule Idris Sule. The District Head, Alhaij Idris described Alhaji Mohammed Tukur as a philanthropist whose humanitarian services cut across boundaries. According to the traditional ruler, the tittle ...

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Naija7Wonders Project to Drive Tourism Recovery in Nigeria

  Posted by Sade Williams     The Release of the Guidelines for the Season 2 of the Naija7wonders has been touted by the Organisers as the beginning of the march to Recovery and Greatness of Tourism in Nigeria.   Naija7wonders Project is the effort by some Nigerian Tourism Promoters to highlight and showcase the huge tourism resources of Nigeria. ...

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ATQ to announce top 100 tourism personalities in Nigeria

  Posted by Sade Williams   African Travel Quarterly (Atqnews.com ), is set to announce nominations for the 2020 edition of Top 100 Tourism Personalities in Nigeria.   The award is expected to honour personalities in the travel and tourism sector that have exemplified themselves in the industry and contributed to the growth and development of the sector.   The ...

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COVID-19: Akinkuotu Cautions NAMA Staff On Safety Procedures

    Posted by Sade Williams   Ahead of the partial relaxation of the Covid-19 lockdown billed to commence on Monday, staff of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) have been tasked to ensure full compliance with the directives and safety guidelines by the Federal Government and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on COVID-.19 preventive measures, including social ...

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COVID-19: FG mulls shutting of Lagos, Abuja airports

  Posted by Sade Williams   The Minister of Aviation, Sen Hadi Sirika has confirmed the possibility of shutting all international airports in the country, including the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos (MMIA) and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja (NAIA) completely in order to mitigate against further spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country.   The Minister made ...

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