1 December 2012

Nigeria: FTAN to Organise Tourism Investors Forum Early Next Year

The Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria [FTAN] is to organise a tourism investment forum next year.

Chief Samuel Alabi, National President of FTAN made this known recently in Lagos.

According to him, the tourism sector is face with series of challenges, one of which is the issue of funding for the sector either by financial institutions or established government sources that has not really been handy.

In making it a memorable and exemplary event, several private and public individuals have been pencilled down to speak at the forum.

Top issues to discuss at the forum are; The Place of Tourism In Nigeria And The Challenges of Funding, The Role Of Tourism In The Economic Development of Nigeria and Nigeria Fiscal Policies, Its Imperatives On Tourism Development.

Others are, Taxation As A Tool Of Tourism Development, The Nigerian Federal Capital Territory [FCT] And Its Tourism Potentials and An Appraisal Of Current Sectoral Intervention Funds.

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