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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Patoranking And Favour N' Abania Charges Federal Govt On Tourism

The Nigerian tourism sector is one untapped source of revenue generation for the country. In the long time little or no importance is attached to the sector save for some private individuals while Nigerians travel abroad visiting tourist sites.

The duo of music stars Flavour and Patoranking have charged the federal government on this under-utilized sector of the Nigerian economy.

Hip highlife singer Flavour charged the federal government to grow tourism sector so that income will be generated from it. He noted that:


Flavour, Patoranking charges federal government on tourism

“If you look around most African countries, they have started working on their hospitality business for revenue generation. I think it is time for us to take a cue from that. Those countries can hardly organise a show without inviting Nigerian artistes – comedians and musicians – and the reception is always great. Before other African nations beat us to it, I think it’s time we beef up our tourism and entertainment industry.”

Reggae dancehall singer Patoranking called for an updated directory of hotels and lodges in the country so as to save tourists the problem of locating a good one while asking for a better security be put in place at hotels and tourist sites while pledging musicians’ support for national development through their music. He said:


Flavour, Patoranking charges federal government on tourism

“The security situation in the country is not as bad as portrayed, but a lot still needs to be done to create a better platform for our God-given resources that visitors need to see.”

No doubt, Nigeria’s tourism sector is one that has the potential to generate billions of dollars in revenue for the country if it is properly harnessed.

The Nigeria tourism sector was reported to have generated over $1.1 billion in 2015 from over 6 million visitors.

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