• Nigeria and South Africa
    (1980) to demonstrate the development of tourism in Nigeria and South Africa. The dissertation assesses the impacts of the 3 A’s accessibility, Amenities and Ancillary Services by comparing Nigeria to South Africa. The dissertation answers whether physical infrastructure has positively or negatively...
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  • Tourism
    1.0 Background of the Study The success of tourism in any country depends on the ability of that country to sufficiently develop, manage and market the tourism facilities and activities in that country. Many developing countries depend mainly on tourism for economic growth and diversity. In Nigeria...
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  • Travel Agent
    the railways, which brought many of Britain’s seaside towns within easy distance of Britain’s large urban centres. The father of modern mass tourism was Thomas Cook who, on Ju5, 1841, organised the first package tour in history by chartering a train to take a group of teetotalers from Leicester...
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  • Efforts of the Republic of South Africa at Enhancing African Unity Through Socio Economic and Military Cooperation
    used for the development of tourism and agriculture. Nigeria also needs to update collections in museums, establish cultural sites and erect historical monuments to preserve her history and promote tourism. Furthermore, Nigeria could create an enabling environment for musicians and artists generally...
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  • Travel and Tourism
    Running Head: TRAVEL AND TOURISM Travel and Tourism [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Abstract This study aims tо explore thе motivations fоr tourists' choice оf diverse tourism environments іn а Third 'World country, Nigeria. Results obtained from а questionnaire survey оf...
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  • Employment and Income Potentiality of Tourism Development
    communities in the host area” (WTTO and IHRA, 1999). Tourism environment therefore comprises of physical and human components. The physical component includes- landscape scenery, weather and climate, water and natural biodiversity of plants and animals; while the human component encompasses history, culture...
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  • english
    factors. Counties like Morocco and Tunisia benefit from their beautiful beaches and their relative proximity to Europe. Tourism in Egypt is based on the rich history of Ancient Egypt, pyramids and artifacts. South Africa and Kenya benefit from wild safari expeditions, attracting tourists to see the wildlife of Africa. ...
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  • Nigeria
    http://peoplesdailyng.com/changing-nigerians-identity-diaspora/ http://olorisupergal.com/nigeria-rich-country-poor-people-by-gbenga-ogunbiyi/#.UpH2I9Lik8o Nigeria is a member of both the Commonwealth of Nations, and the African Union. LANGUAGE There are hundreds of languages...
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  • INTRODUCTION TO KAGORO
    resist intimidation, make one’s presence felt, and be upright. While GWOROK stands for both the people and the land. WELCOME TO KAGORO, THE LAND OF PEACE! BIBILIOGRAPHY AFUWAI, Y. (2005) The Place of the Kagoro in the History of Nigeria...
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  • Vas in Africa
    ................................................................................. 15  Methodology ........................................................................ 17  African Continent & History ..................................................... 19  4.1  4.2  4.3  Africa...
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  • Current Affairs
    brands nationwide 41 Brief History of the Naira The naira note was introduced on the 1st of Jan. 1973, replacing the British Pound at two Naira to a Pound. This made Nigeria the last State to abandon the British currency system. The currency denominations released by the CBN were 50kobo, 1, 5...
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  • Oyo in Perspectives
    · Ogun · Ondo · Osun · Oyo · Plateau · Rivers · Sokoto · Taraba · Yobe · Zamfara Coordinates: 8°00′N 4°00′E / 8°N 4°E / 8; 4 Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oyo_State" Categories: States of Nigeria | Oyo State | States in Yorubaland | States and territories established in 1976 Views * Article * Discussion * Edit this page * History Personal tools...
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  • story
    started around 7pm and had several countries including Egypt and Ethiopia perform their traditional dances. The Minister of tourism then acknowledged Nigeria for having contributed immensely to their forthcoming carnival. After several performances, we took pictures with the Minister of tourism...
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  • Davos Declaration on Climate Change
    FREDERICK PAPPOE | CTH STUDENT NUMBER: 21565 | | SUBJECT: SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AND DESTINATION MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT | INTRODUCTION Climate change has being a major concern and challenge for many countries across the globe, especially for the developing countries. The tourism industry is...
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  • enterprenuer
     INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MBA 643 COMPARISON OF THE INCENTIVE POLICIES IN NIGERIA AND ABROAD An assignment by: Olokoba Biodun Yusuf ADP12/13/H/1869 Submitted to: Prof.(Mrs) E.D Adetayo Department of Management and Accounting Faculty of...
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  • My Business Plan
    the customer wanted and fully satisfy not just in functional terms, but also in psychological term. Ovie stores seeks to achieve two key goals: To increase tourism to the City of Benin To support Benin to realise its Tourism potential The success of this should be driven by three key factors...
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  • Research, Eassys, Articles, Jounals
    Table of content i. Introduction ii. History and use of computers and ICT policy Growth in Nigeria iii. Socio-Political and Economic Environment in Nigeria iv. Problems facing E-government iniatives in Nigeria v. The Challenges of E-government in Local Level vi. The...
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  • Student
    football if it doesn’t lift the ban since fifa rules prohibits any government intervention with its members. Nigeria sports tourism will be under threat if fifa expel it from world football. So the Nigerian government has to look from broader angle and put sports tourism in its national strategy to gain...
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  • Engineering Public Private Partnerships
    consistent history of investment in infrastructure, however, recent government agenda shows that infrastructure development is gaining momentum. In the past 10 years, over 25 major infrastructure projects have been rolled out through PPPs. The Federal Government of Nigeria, state and local government...
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  • 2010 World Cup Impact
    respondents recruited according to SA Tourism criteria of being between 25 and 70 years, with specific income floors and travel history (i.e. must have travelled long-haul to specific p places) – most of the respondents have not necessarily been to South Africa ) p y Total sample size of 3,900 (most of...
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