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Top Nigerian Executive, Elisha Attai Advises South Africa Tourism Board To Beef Up Safety of Guests



A Nigerian top executive, Elisha Attai has hailed Nigeria as still the best home while advising South African tourism board to beef up security of guests if they really want to be a tourist destination indeed. He wrote this on his Facebook page thus:

Home is still the best my people. Thank you Davinci Hotel and Suites, Sandton Johannesburg for your professionalism in hospitality business. My sincere advice to South Africa TOURISM BOARD is that you can't call yourself a TOURIST DESTINATION with a useless, corrupt security system and network!! With all the wonderful infrastructures and sites in place etc etc without safety of your guests is a big ERROR and SCAM!!! A word is enough for the wise. #MeetingsAfrica18 #SecurityChallenge #AwordOfAdvice.



Hon. Elisha Attai is the President of African Women in Leadership Organisation (AWLO) and attended the MeetingsAfrica18



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