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Monday, 28 December 2015

MBGN TOURISM EMBARKS ON A ONE WEEK TOUR WITH SEC. SCH STUDENTS TO TOURISTS ATTRACTIONS AND HERITAGE SITES IN NIGERIA


This yuletide season is one that would forever linger in the hearts of 20 secondary school students as the MBGN Tourism 2015, Miss Chizoba Ejike through her Chizoba Ejike Foundation treated sec. sch. students to a
once in a life time one week tour to tourist attractions in Nigeria.
The secondary school children that embarked on the tour were drawn from schools in the three senatorial zones in Anambra and Cross-river state
The tour which was themed "climate change" started from Anambra state where the students visited the historic Ogbunike cave and the popular Agulu lake.
From Anambra, the tour touched down Lagos where the children were treated to a lovely time at the Silverbird galleria after which they visited the Chief Mobee Royal Family Original Slave Relic Museum in Badagry and a courtesy call was made to the c.e.o of Travel-beta.
The tour was rounded off in the beautiful city of Calabar where the students were treated to lovely sights at the tinapa resort, marina resort and slave trade museum Calabar.
A courtsey call was made to the management of Channel view hotel and the honorable commissioner of finance, Cross rivers state.
During the tour, the students were lectured on climate change and also they would embark on a creative based on their experience during the tour.








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