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Walk for Love Africa Appoints Alain St. Ange as Advisory Board Member

Walk for Love Africa Appoints Alain St. Ange as Advisory Board Member - TRAVELINDEXLagos, Nigeria, March 13, 2024 / TRAVELINDEX / Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles former Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports & Marine who now heads his very own ‘Saint Ange Tourism Consultancy’ was this week appointed as a Member of the Advisory Board for “Walk For Love Africa”.

In a letter to Mr St.Ange, the Nigeria Tourism & Press Organisation said:- “Your extensive experience and expertise in the travel and tourism field has made you an excellent addition to our esteemed team. We are pleased to inform you that your appointment will commence on April 1, 2024, with a duration of Two years. Furthermore, we’d like to highlight that this appointment is renewable upon mutual agreement and satisfactory performance. As an Advisory Board Member, your responsibilities will mainly be providing strategic advice, sharing industry insights, and assisting in decision-making processes. Your contributions will be invaluable to our company’s mission of promoting a borderless Africa”.

Toni Grey Ukachukwu, the Publisher/CEO ‘Aviators Africa’ and Founder of ‘Walk For Love Africa’ had met with Alain St.Ange earlier this year in Lagos and discussed this appointment as a Member of the Advisory Board for “Walk For Love Africa”.

On receiving the Official Appointment Document Alain St.Ange said that he was honoured to be called upon to play yet another part for the continued development of tourism in Africa. “It is our continent’s tourism industry, and we all, each and every one of us, we all have a duty and a responsibility to work for the betterment of our tourism industry. The consolidation of tourism will not, and the consolidation of tourism cannot happen by itself, we must all rally to make it the success it deserves to be,” said Alain St.Ange.

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