The Founder of Lufasi Park, Desmond Majekodunmi, has urged the Federal Government to implement policies that will ensure sustainable growth of the tourism industry.
The pharmacist said support for local manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and active ingredients tops his seven point agenda to improve health delivery in the country.
Speaking during a briefing held last Friday to mark the second anniversary of the hospital, Majekodunmi said that Nigerians would be discouraged to travel abroad for treatment, if they could get the same quality of health care service in the country.
WELLINGTON - New Zealand’s clean, green image took a beating this summer as tourists travelling through the countryside posted pictures of lakes and rivers off limits due to contamination by farm effluent, garbage and human faeces.
The new policy intervention by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) is also expected to go a long way in reviving the lost glory of the seaports, if properly implemented.
The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, has volunteered to lead a statewide campaign to educate residents on the need to pay their taxes and levies regularly.
Speaking in an interview Mr Basil Ajer, the Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) acting executive director, told Daily Monitor government had in December last year already approved the loan request to develop the park.
Whether you soak your feet in the clear, warm waters of the Maldives or head out in search of the elusive leopard on a safari in Africa, travel this year is going to be bigger and better.
On his part, Prof. Oluranti Adedayo, of the Department of Mathematics and Statistic, FCE TECH, Akoka, said the country should upgrade the educational system to a level where pupils and teachers become solution providers.
Speaking at a press briefing in Kampala yesterday, Mr Kiwanda said different campaigns are expected to be launched to mobilise growth in tourism numbers from within Uganda, region and international level.
Eighteen months ago, the journey to review the 27-year-old law (Act cap N137 LFN 2004, (Repeal re-enactment) Bill 2017, that established the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) started at a public hearing at the Senate in Abuja.
But conservationists have to be in the room when decisions are being made by government and private sector to ensure that African wildlife and wildlands have a voice in the continent’s development blueprint.
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“The collaboration between the Ministry of Communications and Abuja Technology Village led to a 6344square metre of commercial land earmarked for the establishment of a National ICT Park within the free trade zone owned and operated by the ATV.
“It feels like a very different place from nine years ago,” said Hall, who manages Akagera park together with her husband, as she stood near a fenced enclosure holding motorbikes seized from poachers and hundreds of rusty snares.
It’s already evident that some of our towns and roads are hitting load limits, and unless there are contingency arrangements for extra land for their expansion and to divert traffic, reverse dynamics will obtain.
According to a statement on Wednesday, IFC will provide advisory services to Lagos to enhance infrastructure development in key areas, including power, education, health, environment and transport, with special focus on provision of electric buses.
Ogbeifun also said that they expect the government to conclude the establishment of the National Fleet as well as the disbursement of the Cabotage Vessel Financing Fund, CVFF, to real and genuine industry operators.
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Medallion Limited, Mr Ikechukwu Nnamani, talks about the impact of the coming elections on the telecommunications industry and other sundry issues in this interview with IFE OGUNFUWA
While exuding confidence and passion for the people in their arguments, the contestants looked forward to a better state, lamenting the ills of the current administration that has been in power for 20 years.