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Runsewe unveils capacity building plans for journalists

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By Miriam Humbe

A recently published report of a research carried out by an international magazine; Forbes, indicated erroneously that Nigeria was the 10th most dangerous country in the world.  By creating this kind of negative perception therefore, the image of the country appeared to be badly injured at the international arena.


Nature’s last frontier? Close-up on Yankari Reserves

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By Richard Ihediwa with tourism reports

Ever been to Yankari Games Reserves? Popularly known as Yankari National Park, beautiful in its natural state, this reserve has been dubbed the Lonely Planet as is continues to hold forth as home for very wide range of species of wildlife; the biggest of all in West Africa.


Abandoned Jabi lake beckons to investors

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By Miriam Humbe

The Federal Capital Territory, (FCT) Abuja is blessed with lots of beautiful scenic sites which adorn its landscape like an adorable bride. Most first time visitors to the city are amazed at the breath-taking tourist  sites like the Zuma rock, Aso rock, the various hills stretching to long kilometres, Jabi Lake and the lush vegetations among others.  All of these sites are at their natural states at the moment and appear to be seeking investors' attention like a young virgin in dire need of a suitor.


Agbokim Falls: Falling water with seven faces

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By Richard Ihediwa with agency reports

Ever seen the Agbokim Falls? Agbokim Fall is one of the most scenic of all falls in the country. Other scenic falls in Nigeria include the Gurara Falls, the Assop Fall, the Azimili River Fall among others but none is as unique as the Agbokim Falls. Already, tourists are demanding that it should be listed among the seven wonders of nature in Nigeria.


Minister presents score card, calls on Nigerians to engage in tourism ventures

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By Miriam Humbe

“Today, we have a number of foreign investors who are interested in turning the National Theatre in Lagos into an international edifice that will attract tourists to generate activities; this will in turn create jobs and further put Nigeria on the international pedestal in the field of entertainment and hospitality", were the words of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation minister, Chief Edem Duke while giving an account of his stewardship in the past one year ahead of events to mark the May 29 Democracy Day in Abuja yesterday.

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