Team NANTA flags Nigeria at ATI, opens trade relations
After two years of covid distrust, South Africa’s iconic home grown tourism exhibition and travel showpiece, INDABA, opens doors in Durban, with Nigeria’s biggest private sector travel trade body, National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies ( NANTA) in full attendance.
NANTA led by its iconic and delectable amazon, Mrs Susan Akporiaye will hold a watch brief at the event for two days and for six days after the indaba reincarnation, hold blistering meetings with organised trade facilitators in South Africa, with the end results and expectations of reconnecting with Nigerians with destination service options, new offerings for couples, groups and families in post covid strategic response to holidaying and recreation ecology in South Africa.
NANTA team led by Mrs Susan Akporiaye, includes, Mr chima ihe, second National Deputy, Yinka ladipo, Financial Secretary, Mrs Ibiwari Uloma Kemabonta, NANTA Chief training officer and Vice President, Abuja zone, Mr Yinka folami, Vice President, Lagos zone, Otunba Babatunde Adesokan, Vice President, Western Zone and Alhaji Ibrahim Abdulrasak, Vice President, kano zone.
The team hosted to ATI, by Africa’s tourism promotion giant, South Africa Tourism (SAT), will form the fulcrum to the rebirth of tourism response to the desired return to African tourism, post covid with focal attention to various holiday and recreation offerings in South Africa.