NANTA President Salutes NCAC For Networking Nigerian Crafts To The World
Mrs Susan Akporiaye, President National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) says National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) under the watch of Otunba Segun Runsewe deserves commendation for aggressive networking of Nigerian culture, arts and crafts to the world.
Speaking at the sidelines of the closing ceremony of highly successful International Arts and Crafts Expo, attended by twenty nine countries and 16 state governments of Nigeria, Mrs Akporiaye noted INAC in its 15th edition has become the face of Nigerian cultural tourism content and a strategic swing gathering for the world to share culture, arts and crafts experience and value chain.
"We at NANTA can't thank Otunba Segun Runsewe enough for giving us a vehicle to promote our history, traditions and culture to the world. There is no better opportunity than this INAC Expo in which we as practitioners must join hands to promote as our own vintage trade show and in which almost all foreign missions have endorsed as an authentic Nigeria response to attracting international tourism traffic." Mrs Akporiaye added.
INAC is Nigeria's prime and exclusive Arts and crafts expo, devoted to showcasing the best of Nigerian cultural assets, targeted at providing a global cultural podium in exchange of the best of Arts and crafts education and outreach.