Terseer Adamu

Terseer Adamu

Terseer Adamu is a photojournalist who began his journalistic career in 2007. He graduated from the International Institute of Journalism Abuja, where he bagged Diploma in Journalism (OND), and Higher Diploma. He also has a Postgraduate in Public Relations and Advertising (PGDAP) University of Maiduguri.

Adamu is an active journalist and passionate about his endeavours. He served twice as the national secretary of Nigeria Student journalist forum (NSJF), the umbrella body of student journalist in Nigeria. He was, for two years, the an editor at “Insight Magazine”. 

This is coming against the backdrop of a directive by the President to have a single window platform that will integrate all government agencies at all the entry points into the country to promote trade and boost security.

In most cases, young Chinese tourists in Switzerland are not planning and booking their trips via local tour operators, but rather through online portals such as “Fliggy Shop".

The Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) the umbrella body for Nigeria’s private sector tourism business practitioners, just held their 21st Annual Gemerald Meeting in Abuja on July 11, 2018. At the event,  the president of FTAN insisted that the government should consider the establishment of Tourism Police at major tourist destinations in Nigeria.

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has ordered for modern scanners to boost security at airports in the country.

The General Manager, Customer Services, FAAN, Mrs Ebele Okoye, disclosed this at the Second Quarter Stakeholders Forum held at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on Tuesday.

According to data, 74.4% of international tour operators recorded an increase in bookings for this summer. This trend was also confirmed by ForwardKeys in terms of booked flights.

Airlines operators, who though lauded the gesture, saw the development as more of compensation to the airlines that are over burdened by multiple charges, than gains to the passengers that have “usually been flying lowcost”.

Air Peace, yesterday, launched an all-female flights on the Lagos-Abuja, Abuja-Owerri, Owerri-Abuja and Abuja-Lagos routes.

The international tourists spent more in Brazil in May, comparing to the homologous period of 2017, reports the Ministry of Tourism. The Brazilian expenditure abroad also increased during this month.

Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace, has signed a deal with the Benue State government to operate flights to the state capital, Makurdi in a few weeks’ time.

For Air Namibia Spokesman, Paul Nakawa, the first departure of Air Namibia to Accra from Lagos, Nigeria on June 29, 2018 was a major milestone for the airline.

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