The way I see it, we are hardly ever ready for anything, so we just make it happen as much as we can and hope for the best.
I am well aware of these challenges he pointed out, but we cannot leave the country to go up in smoke, we cannot afford to.
The last time I checked there are 36 states in Nigeria and not everyone of them is torn apart by security breach, so we continue to thrive as
As regards maintenance, lets talk Lagos National Theatre, Iganmu.
I recall as a kid growing up in Benin watching Frank Olize on Newsline talk about events happening at the National theatre and I always wanted to be in there, experience the magic I felt it held.
I imagined watching wole Soyinka's Lion and the Jewel, Ola Rotimi's Ovonramwen Nogbaisi or The God's are Not to blame performed on its stage.
But alas! when I eventually did it was run down and it smelt like a project gone bad and I felt my childhood fantasy die a slowand painful death.
How did we let this happen? It was not used for event without payment, so how difficult can it possibly be to maintain?Not meant to deter us on this quest to sensitize people on the great potentials in Nigerian Tourism, we will keep thriving to get people to #TravelNaija #GrowNaija