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The Director General who felt highly honoured said the visit which was timely, attested that NCAC is a dependable ally in the movement to change the narratives in the Arts and Culture sector.
Runsewe assured the executives of FTAN that NCAC will allocate an office space for the Federation when the NCAC Cultural village becomes fully operational.
Earlier in his address, the President of the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria, Mr. Nkerewem Onung said the newly elected Executive of the Federation were in the Council to thank Runsewe for the fatherly and advisory role he has played before and after the election which produced the newly elected officials at the year 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) to manage the affairs of the federation.
The President who congratulated Runsewe on his reappointment as the Director General of NCAC by President Buhari revealed that the Director General is a statesman, a patriotic Nigerian and an icon in the Culture and Tourism sector whose role has changed the narratives in the sector since his assumption office as the Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture.
The president said FTAN was initiated in 1997 as the umbrella body to represent all Tourism Association of Nigeria and stand as a mouthpiece of the private investors in the tourism sector in Nigeria.