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”. 

Nigeria’s Civil Aviation regulatory body, the NCAA, has suspended the Air Operators Certificate (AOC), of one of the country’s domestic operators, First Nation Airways indefinitely for allegedly carrying out illegal and unauthorised operations in the sector.

American carrier, United Airlines is in the eye of the storm again obviously for the wrong reason. The question is, is United Airline gradually being associated with racial tendencies with the recent incident involving a Nigerian passenger.

There are mounting litany of woes surrounding the issue of Tourism Master Plans in the Nigerian Tourism environment, as a result of the inability to create the much needed paradigm for the community of tourism professionals, including public and private sector practitioners alike.

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa and SKYTRAX Certified Four Star Global Airline, is pleased to announce that it has won the 2018 ‘Africa’s Outstanding Food Services by a Carrier’ Award as voted by PAX International readers at a ceremony held at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Hamburg, Germany in April 2018.

A private airline based in Khartoum, Sudan, Badr Airlines, started a new scheduled flight service to Addis Ababa.

It is a big surprise that already without even launching its Tourism Masterplan Lagos has become the big Summer 2018 destination of choice by British Travellers.

Rwanda national carrier, Rwand Air at the weekend flagged off its Abuja/ Kigali flights offering passengers from Nigeria’s political capital opportunity to connect to its global route network.

As Nigerian asylum seekers flood into Canada across a ditch in Upstate New York, Canadian authorities are asking the United States for help — but not with managing the influx at the border.

Arik Air, Nigeria’s leading carrier is spreading its wings to Bauchi with the launch of flight services to the City from May 9, 2018.

In a strategic move to simplify aircraft acquisition by local carriers in Nigeria and other African countries, the African Import-Export Bank (Afreximbank) and the Russian Export Center (REC) have entered into a pact to bring Russian aircraft to Nigeria.

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