A hospitality firm, 22 Hospitality Limited, has said it will soon inaugurate a world-standard hospitality academy as part of efforts to boost human capacity in the industry in Nigeria.
It said the move would make Nigerians more employable in the sector, adding that it would undertake the skill sets developments of the youth in the industry in collaboration with the Federal Government.
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According to a statement titled, ‘FG, 22 hospitality limited to train youths for hospitality industry’, signed by the Head Corporate Affairs, Lawal Taofeek, on Saturday, the company recently acquired a majority stake in Capital Hotel plc, owners of Abuja Sheraton Hotel in a landmark deal which the company stated was aimed at restoring the hotel to its past glory as the first choice hotel in Abuja.
It disclosed that its recent acquisition was also a strategic drive targeted at making the hotel carve a niche for itself by becoming a leading hospitality firm offering premium services to customers in line with world standards