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Akwaaba pays courtesy visit to Lagos Ministry of tourism

In an effort to further strengthen the relationship that Lagos State government and Akwaaba have enjoyed over the years and to further support the tourism development plans of Lagos State, the Akwaaba African Travel Market team, led by the organizer, Mrs. Rita Ikechi-Uko, paid a courtesy visit to the Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture at the Lagos State Government secretariat, Alausa, Lagos State, on Tuesday..

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The team was received by the Honourable Commissioner, Mr. Folorunsho Folarin-Coker. While interacting with the Akwaaba team, the honourable commissioner explained that he has a passion to see that more ‘Lagosians’ consume more of the tourism products of Lagos. And that this he would do by engaging meaningful platforms that would stimulate that response from the inhabitants of Lagos..

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Ethiopian to Launch Flights to New York-Newark

Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing airline in Africa, has announced that it will commence scheduled thrice weekly flights to New York-Newark from Addis Ababa on 03 July 2016, via Lomé, Togo….

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Sex workers protest as French lawmakers outlaw paying for acts

French lawmakers have passed a law that makes it illegal to pay for sex and imposes fines of up to €3,750 (£3,027, $4,274) for those buying sexual acts.Those convicted would also have to attend classes …

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Tourism becomes Number one foreign exchange earner for Rwanda

Rwanda’s tourism sector continues to grow positioning itself as the leading foreign earner for the country. During the financial year 2013/14, the sector registered a three per cent increase …

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AWA Gets IOSA Certification, as it promises to enlarge market share in Ghana.

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Malawian Prophet visit angers Namibian Church Leaders

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RAS KIMONO: THANK GOD I DON’T HAVE A MALE CHILD

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Porn Exercise books hit basic schools in Ghana

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Intra-African Trade to hit U.S.$250 Billion By 2021

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Morocco Plans to Attract About 85,000 Russian Tourists in 2016

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Nigeria can invent own aeroplane, drone – Investors

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