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Dubai Tourism to give 12 African fans a chance to visit Dubai

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By Alex Balimwikungu

Four Nigerian actresses Chioma Akpotha, Ufuoma McDermott, Uche Jombo and Omoni Oboli, under the umbrella of the fun-loving, “Dubai Girls” are to fly 12 lucky Africans to Dubai after raffle draw.

Information obtained by this website from an official press release reveals that on 16th August 2022, the Dubai Girls will do a live Instagram random selection from all the comments to select the 12 lucky winners from all over the continent.

The winners will get a round trip economy flight ticket from nearest airport with flights to Dubai, 5 nights’ accommodation, meals, entry permit, airport transfer, and Dubai girls’ treasure hunt tours.

  For one to qualify for the chance they should be 30 years or older, follow visitdubai.af on Instagram and leave a comment on the Dubai Girls video on the visitdubai.af post

The Individual must be a valid resident of an African country with a valid Passport with at least 6 months validity from September 2022, must reside in an African country; must be eligible to be issued a UAE entry permit and must be vaccinated against Covid-19.

Twelve Africans will get a chance to tour Dubai following a raffle by the Dubai Girls. Internet Photo

Speaking about the trip, one of the ladies, McDermott says, “Dubai is no longer a city. It is an inspiration. Each visit resets one’s goals and rejuvenates their God given abilities.  There are new discoveries and new adventure,”

          About Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism

With the ultimate vision of positioning Dubai as the world’s leading commercial center, investment hub and tourism destination, Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) is mandated to support the Government in achieving its competitiveness vision to position the emirate as a major hub for global economy and tourism, and in boosting the emirate’s economic and tourism competitiveness indicators.

Under this remit, DET is driving efforts to further enhance Dubai’s diversified, innovative service-based economy to attract top global talent, deliver a world-class business environment and accelerate productivity growth.

Additionally, DET is supporting Dubai’s vision to become the world’s best city to live and work in by promoting its diverse destination proposition, unique lifestyle and outstanding quality of life, overall.

DET is the principal authority for the planning, supervision, development and marketing of Dubai’s business and tourism sectors.

 It is also responsible for the licensing and classification of all types of businesses, including hotels, tour operators and travel agents.

The DET portfolio includes, Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing, Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, Dubai Industries and Exports, Dubai Investment Development Agency (Dubai FDI) and Dubai SME, as well as Dubai College of Tourism, Dubai Calendar and Dubai Business Events.

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