NIHOTOUR, Chinese, Spanish, Ethiopian Embassies, others to exhibit indigenous cuisines at 2022 Sustainable Gastronomy Day
The National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR) has concluded arrangements for the hosting of the 2022 World Sustainable Gastronomy Day on Saturday, the 18th of June 2022 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.
NIHOTOUR’s director, media and pubic relations, Ahmed Mohammed Sule wrote in a press release that the Director General and Chief Executive Officer of the institute, Nura Sani Kangiwa, said the event will feature exhibition of indigenous cuisines by exhibitors prominent among which are the NIHOTOUR, that will be showcasing indigenous Nigerian cuisines from the six-geopolitical zones of the country.
Others are the Embassies of China, Spain, Ethiopia and prominent food and culinary caterers in the Nigerian hospitality industry and are expected to bring on board their best of dishes at the event that promises to be a grandeur occasion for food and culinary tasting by guests and visitors to the event.
Kangiwa further stated that prominent personalities who have distinguished themselves in the promotion of Travel Tourism and Hospitality education in the country are to be honoured with the fellowship award of the Institute during the Gastronomy Observance Day in Abuja noting that the Fellowship Award was instituted as the highest honour by the Institute on individuals who have distinguished themselves and contributed greatly to the education, skill acquisition and enhanced professional practice in the Travel Tourism and Hospitality sector of the country.
‘To bring greater benefits of this year’s celebration to youths undergoing training and Course Programs in Tourism, Catering and Hospitality related fields,’ Kangiwa said Cooking and Essay Writing Competitions were embedded, organized and conducted by NIHOTOUR in the build-up to the celebration day with winners, who have already emerged, to be awarded with certificates and other forms of prizes on the D-Day.
Gastronomy is a cultural expression of nations through their food choices, sources of ingredients and types of cuisines which thrives in culturally rich destinations and Nigeria being one of the most competitive Gastronomy tourist destination in Africa because of its corresponding unique foods culture and enticing cuisines of international repute, especially the popular Nigerian Jollof, is poised soon to take over the centre stage in celebrating global gastronomy as instituted by NIHOTOUR.
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