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Nigeria Travel Agency Partners With Senegal On Tourism

Senegal has reached out to Nigeria’s biggest and most influential travel and tourism trade group, the National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (Nanta) to enhance mutual beneficial and market capacity sharing relationship on tourism trade.

The National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies is expected to draw massive presence and experience of its over six thousand members across Nigeria to stimulate Senegal and Nigeria tourism across West Africa.

Tradocultural and sport tourism

Senegal represented by its fledging government, Powered Tourism Board, would fund expansive and exclusive trade workshops on tradocultural and sport tourism offerings.

With eyes on active trade and adventure market, the National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies will help navigate the destination Senegal, a notable tourism feat championed by the association as part of its Africa to Africa tourism diplomacy under its current leadership.

The President National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies, Susan Akporiaye, alongside key members of her executive, assured the Senegalese tourism board, of connection, experience and reach to drive the destination Senegal initiative in Nigeria.

In an instant effectual gesture to birth the relationship, Mrs Akporiaye offered a free exhibition stand to Senegal at its annual trade conference in Kano state, Northeast Nigeria, this month to showcase tourism products and offerings.

Willing African tourism bodies
She also informed the Senegal trade team led by Senior project manager, khadim Amar, Religious tourism product manager Mamadou Moustapa, and consultant, Sakina Renneye that National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies will leave no stone unturned in pursuit of partnership with willing African tourism bodies, which are committed to sharing tourism trade prosperity with Senegal.

Senegal trade team led by Senior project manager, khadim Amar, who spoke at the strategic meeting held at Ikorodu, Lagos iconic head office of the  46 years old association, expressed gratitude to the Association for its  support and commitment towards the growth of joint tourism initiatives and action plans in Africa becoming legendary.

“We are grateful for this opportunity to meet with NANTA, to plan and agree together especially as Africans on how the continent, can benefit from tourism trade promotion,” Mr Amar stated, adding that the Senegalese authorities are willing to further drive the Association’s relationship, by hosting a broad meeting with the association in Senegal so as to horn tourism and related trade openings between the two west African nations for the benefits of their people.

Presenting a football Jersey with Number 10, to the President of NANTA, Mrs Susan Akporiaye, Mr khadim Amar explained that the Senegalese team won the African nations cup with its  Number 10 player winning the Man of Match in the final game.

The jersey number 10 given to NANTA, symbolises a winning strategy between NANTA willing to open the Nigerian travel market to Senegal as the  two institutions gear up to a win win intra west coast tourism engagement.

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