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”. 

Tourists could be saved from over-zealous touts at Egypt’s most popular archaeological sites after the country’s government approved a new fine of to 10,000 Egyptian pounds (£406) for those caught overstepping the line.

Nigeria’s army is planning a makeover for the Sambisa Forest, from being the den of Boko Haram terrorists into a tourist destination. Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, announced the plan on Wednesday.

How truly sincere and dedicated we are to the desire to see tourism boom and grow in Nigeria will need another summit to expose our failings. For two and half decades of reporting this beat, one finds it very embarrassing that our talks have never in any way matched the desired platforms needed to transform this sector neither were there any progressive templates for tourism destinations in Nigeria.

Any moment from now, aviation workers under the aegis of the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) will picket the operations of Kenya Airways over the sack of 22 of its 26 Nigerian employees.

The Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willy Obiano is set to re-engineer the tourism assets of the state for the benefits of its people and glory of Nigeria.

The Nigerian Tourism industry has never had the good fortunes of a focused and visionary leader since the exit of Mrs Sally Mbanefo-Uwechue. Not one for noise making, Folorunsho Coker has quietly defied his greatest critic with his template of visible achievement at NTDC in the past one year, leaving the institution and industry in a better state than ever.

Africa’s largest and most profitable carrier, Ethiopian Airlines has continued to spread its wings within and outside the continent, reaching 112 international destinations and connecting millions of air traveller.

The United States Government will deliver 12 Tucano A-29 ground attack aircraft to Nigeria in 2020 after the Federal Government concluded payment of about N153 billion ($500 million) in January this year.

Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, the governor of Lagos State, Africa’s most populous city and the second largest economy in West Africa, has revealed that the State is creating an enduring architecture for the business of tourism to thrive as it targets its Tourism Master Plan to be a driver to support continuous prosperity of the State.

A British Airways pilot has been accused of trying to fly a packed holiday jet while four times over the alcohol limit.

Julian Monaghan, 49, was hauled out of the cockpit by armed police in dramatic scenes after cabin crew feared he was drunk.

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