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PICTORIAL NEWS UPDATE – NTDC Signs MOU With The Gambia Tourism Board

PICTORIAL NEWS UPDATE – NTDC Signs MOU With The Gambia Tourism Board

Pictorial News – NTDC Signs MOU With The Gambia Tourism Board

The Director General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo in a group photograph with the Gambia delegation and NTDC Management Team after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  recently held at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

The Director General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo in a group photograph with the Gambia delegation and NTDC Management Team after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently held at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

From left, Executive Director, Gambia Investment & Export Promotion Agency, Mrs Fatou Jallow; Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade, Gambia, Mrs Naffie Darry and the Deputy Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Tourism, Ms Kodu Jabang, in a group photograph after the signing of the MOU.

From left, Executive Director, Gambia Investment & Export Promotion Agency, Mrs Fatou Jallow; Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade, Gambia, Mrs Naffie Darry and the Deputy Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Tourism, Ms Kodu Jabang, in a group photograph after the signing of the MOU.

Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the DirectorGeneral, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and  Chairman, The Gambian Tourism Board,    Mr. Bakary Jammeh, after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  recently, at  the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the DirectorGeneral, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and Chairman, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr. Bakary Jammeh, after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently, at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

From left, Director, Sales &  marketing, The Gambian Tourism Board,  Mr Adama Njie; Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Trade, Mrs Naffie Darry; Deputy Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Tourism, Ms Kodu Jabang; Executive Director, The Gambia Investment and Export Promotion Agency, Mrs Fatou Jallow; Lagos Zonal Coordinator of NTDC, Mrs Anette Ibe; Director-General, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts; Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, Assistant Director (Legal) NTDC, Mrs Funebi Out-Umondak, Chairman, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr. Bakary Jammeh in a group photograph after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  recently held at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

From left, Director, Sales & marketing, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Adama Njie; Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Trade, Mrs Naffie Darry; Deputy Permanent Secretary, The Gambia Ministry of Tourism, Ms Kodu Jabang; Executive Director, The Gambia Investment and Export Promotion Agency, Mrs Fatou Jallow; Lagos Zonal Coordinator of NTDC, Mrs Anette Ibe; Director-General, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts; Director-General, Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, Assistant Director (Legal) NTDC, Mrs Funebi Out-Umondak, Chairman, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr. Bakary Jammeh in a group photograph after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently held at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

From left, the Lagos Zonal Coordinator (NTDC), Mrs Anette Ibe, Director General, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts, Director General ,  Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, Chairman,  Gambian Tourism Board, Mr. Bakary Jammeh; Assistant Director (Legal) NTDC, Mrs Funebi Out-Umondak, in a photograph after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently held at  the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in  Marina, Lagos.

From left, the Lagos Zonal Coordinator (NTDC), Mrs Anette Ibe, Director General, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts, Director General , Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, Chairman, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr. Bakary Jammeh; Assistant Director (Legal) NTDC, Mrs Funebi Out-Umondak, in a photograph after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) recently held at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

Director General, Nigerian  Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC)  Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the  Director-General, The Gambian Tourism  Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and  Chairman, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr.  Bakary Jammeh, during the signing of  Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  recently at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

Director General, Nigerian
Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC)
Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the
Director-General, The Gambian Tourism
Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and
Chairman, The Gambian Tourism Board, Mr.
Bakary Jammeh, during the signing of
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
recently at the Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

Director-General, Nigerian  Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC)  Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the  Director-General, The Gambian Tourism  Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and  Chairman, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr.  Bakary Jammeh, holding the signed  Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the  Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.

Director-General, Nigerian
Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC)
Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, flanked by the
Director-General, The Gambian Tourism
Board, Mr Benjamin Roberts (left) and
Chairman, Gambian Tourism Board, Mr.
Bakary Jammeh, holding the signed
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the
Lagos Zonal office of the NTDC in Marina, Lagos.