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    Through a visitor’s eyes: Top spots to check out in Lagos and Abuja

    Between the tropical rainforest of the South, the vast and the expansive plains of Obudu Plateau, the Niger and Benue river valleys, Nigeria has some truly stunning sites to offer. But if you are looking for the expat approved entertainment, shopping and sightseeing spots, it doesn’t get better...
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    Tourism in Nigeria: 2018 Overview

    Nigeria is one of the largest, wealthiest, and most culturally diverse nations of Africa. It's a regional superpower with the potential to become a major player on the global political, cultural and economic stage. With The Economist recently labeling the country "Africa's Number One" amid a...
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    Metro Tourism can Take Nigeria’s Economy to Higher Pedestal, Says Varsity Don – Thisdaylive

    A Professor of Theatre Arts at the Federal University, Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State, Dr. Rasaki Ojo-Bakare, has advised the federal government to make the development of tourism potential of the nation a priority, saying the sector can take the country’s … Read more via Thisdaylive –...
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    Nigeria Is Safe For Tourism And Investment, Says Buhari – Channels Television

    President Muhammadu Buhari has said that Nigeria is safe and secure for tourism and investment, which will improve the economy. The President made this declaration on... Read more via Channels Television – https://ift.tt/2kOxpP2 Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Travel Exploring South East’s Amazing Tourism Potential – Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

    Just like several other regions in Nigeria, the South East sub-region offers a wide range of breathtaking, recreational tourist sites of attraction with such beautiful scenery, which can attract huge economic benefits if properly harnessed. TAYO ADELAJA reveals his experience during a trip...
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    Business InterContinental Exits Nigeria Over Debt Fallout With Partners

    InterContinental Hotels Group Plc is withdrawing from Nigeria four years after it opened its first site in Africa’s most populous country following a disagreement with local partners over the terms of how to bring the property out of receivership. The U.K. company’s 358-room hotel in Lagos...
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    Business Intercontinental Hotel: IHG threatens to exit Nigeria, Skye Bank’s receiver speaks – Daily...

    Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has threatened to pull out of Nigeria. The company is alleging breach of contract by Messrs Kunle Ogunba, the Skye Bank appointed receiver/manager of Intercontinental Hotel Lagos. The IHG, which went into an international management agreement with Milan...
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    Business Why Tourists, Investors Avoid Nigeria

    FINANCIAL TIMES has published a report on why tourists and sometimes investors prefer to ignore Brazil, Russia, India and Nigeria. According to the report, onerous visa requirements are one reasons why the four countries are avoided. ''Nigerian business leaders consider the lack of...
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    Osun Osogbo Grove: 10 Things Every Nigerian Should Know About the Sacred Forest

    1. Located in the heart of Osogbo, Osun State, the Osun-Oshogbo grove was founded some 400 years ago in South-West Nigeria. 2. Dedicated to Osun, the Yoruba goddess of fertility, the sacred area was established more than four centuries ago and is the largest of the sacred groves that have...
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    Gurara Water Fall: 15 Fascinating Things About The Picnic Hotspot

    Located in Niger State, North Central Nigeria, the Gurara Waterfalls is one of Nigeria's famous tourist attractions. It is one of the natural habitats that the nation is blessed with and serves as a destination for travellers and fun lovers. Below are thrilling facts about the beautiful...
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