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Founder and principal of ITTOG Mr Sheikh Tejan Nyang, together with the president of Botswana Dr Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi and the Minister of Tourism Philadelphia Nani Kereng and Kwakye Donkor CEO of African Partners at the ATLF forum

Founder and principal of ITTOG Mr Sheikh Tejan Nyang, together with the president of Botswana Dr Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi and the Minister of Tourism Philadelphia Nani Kereng and Kwakye Donkor CEO of African Partners at the ATLF forum

Founder and principal of ITTOG Mr Sheikh Tejan Nyang, together with the president of Botswana Dr Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi and the Minister of Tourism Philadelphia Nani Kereng and Kwakye Donkor CEO of African Partners at the ATLF forum meet this morning and had a lengthy discussion in strengthening relations. The Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) is a Pan-African dialogue platform that is a gathering of Africans and stakeholders in African tourism joining forces to promote inter-African tourism.
Africa tourism partners in collaboration with the UNWTO, BDO and the government of the republic of Botswana through the Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO) will host the 5th edition of the Africa tourism leadership forum (ATLF) and awards (www.tourismleadershipforum.africa).
The Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) is a Pan-African dialogue platform. It brings together key stakeholders of Africa’s travel, tourism, hospitality and aviation sectors to network, shares insights, and devise strategies for intra-Africa travel and tourism growth across the continent, whilst enhancing the brand equity of “Destination Africa’’. It is also the only Forum of its kind in Africa that highlights tourism as a major economic pillar to diversify African economies. The Forum is convened by Africa Tourism Partners and BDO South Africa. This 5th Pan-African dialogue platform brings together key tourism public and private sector leadership and other stakeholders from across Africa and the rest of the world to share insights, and devise strategies for intra-Africa tourism growth.

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