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    Ethiopia: MICE Vs Conference Tourism

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    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia has all the ingredients of MICE and Conference Tourism. The national airline Ethiopian Airlines is a Star…

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    Owerri: Arts, Food and Nightlife

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    Swim in its oriental ambience, enjoy its natural jewels, meet its wonderful people, and delve into the rich Igbo culture…

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    OFE OWERRI and GARRI; a Balanced Equation

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    It’s weekend and you are wondering what special thing to add to the menu to make it different this time.…

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    Fears and Tears of the Nigerian Civil War

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    About 65km east of Owerri is Umuahia, the capital of Abia state in Nigeria. This is my third day in…

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    Adventurous Day Out at Ogbunike Cave

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    The Ogbunike Cave is dark, eerie and not a place for the faint-hearted. In this piece, Michael Alvin says the…

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    The Artistic Splendour of Ogbunike Palace

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    Anambra is a cosmopolitan state in Eastern Nigeria. It is home to the commercial town of Onitsha and the laid…

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    NATOP Elects New Officials at 2018 AGM

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    The much-awaited AGM of the Nigerian Association of Tour Operators finally held in Jos on Monday, April 9th, 2018. At…

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    Why Enugu is an Amazing Destination for Tourists

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    How did Nigeria, a concoction of ethnic groups, survive together as a country for more than a century? You can’t answer…

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    Mountain of Dragons

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    By Chike Okoye Its peak, Thabana Ntlenyana, at 11,424 ft. towers over its peers! The great mountain range cuts across three countries:…

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    Biking and Wine Tasting At PAARL

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    This piece takes you to one of Western Cape’s wine estates and reveals how memorable each moment spent there can be… Mornings…

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    My First-time on a Plane

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    How did you feel when you boarded an aircraft for the first time? In this piece, Haleemah Adeniran shares her first-time…

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    12 PERFECT DESTINATIONS FOR 2018

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    It’s a new year, but the calendar doesn’t wait. In 12 months, this year will be over. If you’ve always…

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    East Africa Tourism Expo 2017 to generate $17 billion and 8 million Jobs by 2022

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    Tanzania and East Africa tourism are expected to increase the number of tourists by 5 million and bring a great…

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    Butha-Buthe: ‘A Place of Lying Down’ in Lesotho

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    Lesotho’s second largest city is truly rural, yeah, but it’s also a fun place to be. Welcome to Butha-Bathe, a…

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    City Icon: Nwankwo Kanu (Owerri, Nigeria)

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      Arguably the greatest Nigerian football player and one of the most gifted and intelligent, Nwankwo Kanu is a two-time…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Abacha (African Salad), Enugu

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    Welcome to another Recipe Wednesday. It has been so much fun writing and making recipes from around Africa and it…

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    Happy World Tourism Day!

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    As the United Nations General Assembly affirmed when announcing the adoption of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism…

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    7 Reasons to Visit ‘Wild is Life’ Harare

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    Wild is Life is a top-notch animal sanctuary in Harare, home to injured and orphaned animals brought in from the…

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    10 Incredible Things About Mombasa

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    Literally, the Indian Ocean defines the beautiful scenery of Kenya’s second largest city, Mombasa.  Remarkable for its white sand, palm-lined…

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    Nairobi Kenya got me smit-tened…

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    As a child, I always wanted to visit Kenya. I know what you are probably thinking, who didn’t? Well, right…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Harare Traditional Guru and Muriwo

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    Hi, guys and welcome to another recipe Wednesday. I do hope you have enjoyed our recipes so far. Do leave…

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    Top 10 Stunning Images that Captures Harare’s Beauty

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    Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, is a city of many parts. With a population of more than 2 million, Harare…

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    Is this Senegal’s Best Kept Secret?

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    Every country has its treasured destinations. Some talk about it freely, others keep it to close to their chest. Today,…

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    Le Festival National de Gungu (FESNAG): A Right to Celebrate

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    It is true that most festivals are usually born as a celebration of people’s way of life, traditions, cultural values…

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