Dubai Tourism cements the UAE’s relationship with West Africa


20/03/2017 07:43 AST

Dubai Tourism has reinforced its commitment to West Africa with a road show that stopped in key cities in Ghana and Nigeria, the government body said in a statement on Sunday. The tour was aimed at increasing travellers’ interest in the affordable luxury that Dubai offers, with a strong focus on family travel.

Commenting on the success of the road show, Stella Obinwa, Regional Director, Africa, said: “it gives us the opportunity to engage with local travel partners and provide them with a greater understanding of what makes Dubai such an exciting place to visit.”

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