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24th November, 2016.
President, Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN), Chief Tomi Akingbogun

FTAN concludes arrangements for NTIFE 2017, starts 29 November in Abuja

The Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) has concluded all arrangements for the Nigerian Tourism Investors Forum and Exhibition 2017(NTIFE) as the organiser.

The two-day event will take place between Tuesday, November 29th and Wednesday 30th at the Abuja Sheraton Hotel and Towers.

In a bid to make the event a success, the event has received the blessing of the Federal Ministry Information, Culture and National Orientation and the supervisory minister for tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed will be the chief host.

Both Nigerian Institute of Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR) and the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) have registered for the program.

The NTIFE was conceived in 2013. This the first edition that the council of FTAN deemed it fit to have a committee in place and to also seek the support of members not only in attending the program, but making it a success.

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi is expected to grace the event.

FTAN president, Chief Tomi Akingbogun said the NTIFE 2017 edition would be one of the best in terms of organisation and attendance.

He said states like Lagos, Rivers and few others are fully part of the event and encouraged states that have not identified with the forum to do so.

He said the NTIFE would offered another opportunity for authentic display rich culture in Nigeria.

In line with the efforts to host a successful program, the South West zone of FTAN had hosted a zonal program in Eko Hotel and Suites were the members of the zone promised to fully work for the success of the program by mobilizing members both to attend and also to participate in the event fully.

Speaking on the program, the organizing committee chairman, Otunba Ayo Olumoko, praised the Federal Government for its support for FTAN, He said: "FTAN is being given a pride of place in the tourism industry. Things are changing and our leaders are working. We look forward to you getting involved".

Olumoko said it is when all get involved that the association would be able to fight effectively for the interest of members, tackling problems like double taxation, electricity and so on. He urged the stakeholders to take NTIFE as theirs.

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