Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) Bill and that of the Nigeria Tourism Development
Authority (NTDA), thus bringing the number of rejected bills to 41 since June
Tourism Development Authority Bill and Nigeria Inland Waterways Authority Bill
in two separate letters to Senate President, Bukola Saraki and read at plenary Wednesday.
14(d), section 30(2d) of the Nigeria Tourism Development Authority (Repeal and
re-enactment) bill contradicts section 4 (1-3) and paragraph 60 (d) of the
second schedule of the 1999 Constitution (as amended).
in-bound international travelers, tourism levy on all out-bound travelers and
one per cent tourism departure contribution fee per hotel room rate.
corporate tourism development levy to be charged on revenues of banks’,
telecommunications firms and other corporate entities.
hospitality industry in the country and constitute additional burden on the
tourism business,” the letter reads.
Authority (NIWA) Bill based on funding and overlap of functions.
Resources, the Ministry of Environment and Nigeria Ports Authority (NPA) to the
supervision of NIWA.