- Babafemi Ojudu, a special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari, has laundered the image of Africa as the best destination continent
- The president's aide asked people to pick African countries like Tunisia over Arab and Western nations for vacation
- According to the former senator, holidaying in Tunisia offers greater benefits and comes with topnotch affordable hospitality
The benefits of tourism cannot be overemphasized to a nation’s economy. It is one of the non-natural resources that many nations of the world depend on. A perfect example in that regard is Dubai.
Babafemi Ojudu, a special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on political matters and a former senator, has asked people to look towards Africa for amazing tourism.
In a post on his LinkedIn account, the former senator asked people to “forget Dubai, think less of Abu Dhabi, America, Europe”.
Buhari’s aide based his argument on the fact that the western world has for long humiliated Africans, saying that should do what he called Africa to Africa (A2A).
In promoting tourism in Africa, he said that hospitality on the continent is very cheap when compared to other places in the world.
Added to that, he said there are clean streets in places like Tunisia that offer good sightseeing. He said Nigerians who are far away from home could find a home in their music that is popular in Tunisian clubs.
He mentioned cities in the country like Sousse, Tunis, Sfax, Monastir, and Hammamet as lovely places to see.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a video surfaced online of a woman fondly called Madame Sabena who has contributed so much to the educational advancement of Angola.
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Agostinho Pereira de Miranda who shared the video of a university construction project facilitated by the woman said Madame Sabena has been giving hope to the country.
The platform’s user also said that the woman tirelessly worked to give Luanda, the country’s capital hospital and technical schools apart from the private university.
Added to that, there are also 400 fully-trained Angolans in her employ. Her philanthropic gestures are the things that got her the nickname Madame Sabena.
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