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Alain St.Ange, former Seychelles Tourism Minister, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, joined the Hon. Najib Balala, the Minister of Tourism of Kenya, and the Hon. Edmund Bartlett, the Tourism Minister of Jamaica, to be recognized by the African Travel and Tourism industry for their exemplary work and contribution to the growth of the sector in Africa, in the Diaspora, and in the world.
AKWAABA African Travel Market and ATQ News selected Former Minister St.Ange, Minister Balala, and Minister Bartlett to be listed as part of the Africa Top 100 Tourism Personalities. They were honored at the First African Tourism Diaspora Conference 2019, which took place in Lagos, Nigeria, from September 22 to 24, 2019.
Ghana’s Capt Solomon Quainoo wins ‘Africa Travel 100’ award in Nigeria
He won the “Africa Travel 100” award in the transportation category at the maiden edition of Africa Diaspora Tourism Conference. The award is to recognize Global Tourism personalities of African origin as a way to commemorate 400 years of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Also, it is geared towards brokering strong business partnership between Africa and the diaspora. The Africa Diaspora …
African World Airlines (AWA) says it plans to sign partnerships with more African airlines as part of measures to expand its route networks and connect West African travelers to other parts of the world. The Chief Operating Officer of the airline, Mr. Sean Mendies who stated this today while speaking at the Aviation Day of the 16th AKWAABA Africa Travel …