Saturday, October 16, 2021

Venture capitalists eye Nigeria’s tourism, mining assets

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The second in a series of webinars hosted by Goge Africa held on 2nd August. Anchored on the theme “Cross-Sectoral Collaboration for Tourism and Economic Development”,...

Lai Mohammed: National Theatre remains a national heritage

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The Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed has made it clear that the federal government is handing over of the National Theatre to a...

Winners for Wole Soyinka Essay Competition known 14 July

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Winners of the essay competition organised by the Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange (WSICE) will be announced at a ceremony on 14 July 2020. The competition,...

Programme announced for Wole Soyinka’s 86th birthday

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A series of activities to mark the 86th birthday of Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka have been made public. Multiple documents sent to The Daily Report...

As Steve Ayorinde turns 50, stakeholders look to reboot tourism in Africa

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A rich array of stakeholders in African tourism and creative industry will on Thursday, July 9 meet online to deliberate on how best to revive tourism...

Ekiti Tourism eyes UNESCO World Heritage status

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Governor Kayode Fayemi appreciates the importance of tourism to economic development, and this he has proven as governor of Ekiti State – during his first term...

Stakeholders define a new path to elevate Nigeria’s domestic tourism

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Over the past couple of weeks, stakeholders in the travel trade have engaged in multiple virtual meetings to discuss issues affecting the growth of Nigeria’s domestic tourism....

After broadcasting, Femi Sowoolu pens poetry, fiction

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Renowned broadcaster Femi Sowoolu says he has been writing a lot lately and plans to devote more time to the craft, going forward. “If I...

Covid-19: Nigeria’s art community postpone programmes

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As the corona virus spreads worldwide, most economic activities have been affected. As has happened with many other sectors, the creative sector is also dealing with the...

Jos Festival of Theatre opens with record turnout, impressive performances

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The 14th Jos Festival of Theatre, organised by the Jos Repertory Theatre, opened in the Plateau State Capital on 9 March with Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid...