Kenneth Gbagi Ex-Minister Allegedly Orders Hotel Female Workers Stripped Naked As He Blames Political Enemy

Kenneth Gbagi Ex-Minister Allegedly Orders Hotel Female Workers Stripped Naked As He Blames Political Enemy

The Chairman of the hotel and former Minister of State for Education, Mr. Kenneth Gbagi, was alleged to have ordered that workers – three women and a man – be stripped naked. Their nudes were filmed and the snapshots sent online by his teenage son. Activists and social media users condemned the act and urged the state Commissioner of Police, Hafiz Inuwa, to investigate the incident and arrest all those complicit.

Read More

Transcorp Hotels Hard Hit By COVID-19: As Hotel And Tourism Industry Loose Over $50bn In Revenue

Transcorp Hotels Hard Hit By COVID-19

…  To restructure business strategy … To diversify into asset-light business models …  To reduce the workforce.   The novel COVID-19 pandemic has caused the African Hotel and Tourism industry to lose over $50bn in revenue. Amidst this, Transcorp Hotels Plc has suffered unprecedented losses and is looking to restructure the business strategy of its hotels and optimize its operations.    The management of Transcorp Hotels Plc has announced that it will be taking steps to ensure business continuity in the wake of the losses recorded due to the COVID-19…

Read More

Coronavirus – Safety Is Transcorp Hilton Abuja’s Priority – Dupe Olusola

Transcorp hilton

MD/CEO of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Dupe Olusola said the key priority of its properties, Transcorp Hilton Abuja and Transcorp Hotels Calabar, is safety amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. She said this at the Africa Tomorrow Hospitality conference during her spotlight discussion led by Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, Founder and Chairman of APO Group, a pan African communications Consultancy.  The focus discussion was to deep dive into the leading hospitality brand’s strategy to keep both its hotels open at the onset of the pandemic, the ancillary revenue streams it tapped into, and their post-COVID-19…

Read More

POST COVID-19: African Hoteliers Need To Be Astute In Their Offerings In Order To Attract, Retain And Expand Market… Mark Havercroft

For the past two decades, the economy of a number of countries on the African continent has been growing significantly faster than the global average, with sub-Saharan countries particularly leading the way, according to a recent report published by the African Development Bank. According to, Mark Havercroft, Regional Director for Minor Hotels in Africa who said that the continent’s middle class has also shown the largest growth, to some 350 million strong, driving a rise in the private consumption of goods by an average 3.7% year-on-year since 2010, with consumer…

Read More

RadissonBlu Offering Customers Extended Weekend Rates To Celebrates Nigeria’s 59th Independence

RadissonBlu has stated that it would celebrates Nigeria’s 59th Independence by offering its customers with extended weekend rates RadissonBlu Anchorage Lagos nestled in the charming waterfront of Victoria Island is offering unbeatable extended weekend rates to celebrate Nigeria’s 59th Independence Day. The hospitality giant said that beginning from the September 27 to October 1, 2019, guests of the hotel in Lagos will enjoy the unique offerings of serene accommodation, delicious intercontinental and African dishes, spa pampering and more, all at the discounted special weekend rates. The hotel urged guest to…

Read More