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”. 

The south African Airways has shaken up the board and cut routes to reduce costs but is yet to emerge from a state of financial stage.

Air Peace has won the “Company of the Year Award 2017” of LEADERSHIP Group.

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa, said yesterday it will take delivery of its 100th aircraft, a Boeing 787-900, on June 5, 2018 making the history as the first airline in Africa to operate 100 aircraft.

The Managing Director/CEO of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Mr. Valentine Ozigbo has advised the relevant ministries and agencies of government at the federal and state levels to spearhead the marketing of the tourism sector in Nigeria, saying doing so would help in leapfrogging the sector into a major revenue earner.

The Global Sports Tourism Market Report By Marketdesk.org scrutinizes the overall market synopsis globally, their restraining factors, drivers, major challenges, opportunities, latest trends to stabilize the global Sports Tourism market situation, future developmental plans, and values pertaining to various marketing stats.

Director of Airport Operations, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria FAAN, Captain Rabiu Yadudu has said that the only way to achieve success in aviation is through team work Capt.

The significance of tourism to Africa and its economy was once again cemented at this year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba with delegates from 80 countries in attendance.

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has directed Nigerian airlines, especially those operating international and regional destinations to be vigilant in the screening of passengers before they are allowed to board flights to the country.

Angola and South African governments have taken steps to strengthen and re-enforce bilateral relations between both countries.

Durban was buzzing with energy this week as it hosted the biggest travel and tourism trade fair, the Africa Travel Indaba, under the theme “Africa’s Stories, Your Success”. #Indaba2018 trended on social media as 1800 buyers, 1220 exhibitors and 80 countries descended on the eThekwini metropolitan municipality to showcase their offering.

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