The Chief Executive Officer, Dees Travels & Tours limited, Mr Daisi Olotu has urge the Zonal Executives of National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA), Western zone to keep the flag flying and always work on how to develop members welfare through meaningful developmental programmes at all times.

Olotu made this statement while presenting a brand new 2HP Air-condition he promised when he last visited the zone to commemorate with them on their new acquired befitting secretariat.

He commended the NATA Westren Zone Executives led by Otunba Babatunde Adesokan for deeming it fit to get a new and spacious secretariat with recreation centre for the members.

In his words “we are in hospitality business and everything we do must also promote same therefore having a recreation centre as well as a secretariat is not a bad idea”.

L-R: NANTA,, Vice President Western Zone, Otunba Babatunde Adesokan and Chief Executive Officer, Dees Travels & Tours Limited, Mr Daisi Olotu during the presentation.

He further stated that donating an Air-conditioner to the beautiful place is to compliment the zonal council laudable achievements.

Receiving the gift on behalf of NANTA,, Vice President Western Zone, Otunba Babatunde Adesokan thanked Mr olotu for the gesture and urged other members to emulate him by assisting in donating other amenities like Snooker, Games and gym machines to make te place a better relaxation center.

Adesokan promised to make use of the item to the benefit of members who patronise the Secrartriat and the restaurant.

He prayed for the continue success of Dees group and urge the Zonal members to attend meetings always to be abreast of updates in the industry.

Mr Daisi Olotu, a veteran travel consultant started his career in the travel industry in Ibadan over 30 years ago where he worked with Lola Travels.

He has been a zonal Vice President of Nanta Lagos zone and a past National Financial Secretary with vast knowledge in the business of travels and tours.

Olotu is the current National President of Skal International Nigeria.

Credit: National Insight

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