In a bid to boost human capacity in the hospitality industry in the country, 22 Hospitality Limited has said it will inaugurate a world-standard hospitality academy soon to improve the chances of employment in the sector.
22 Hospitality Limited said it would undertake the skill sets training for the development of the youth in the industry in collaboration with the federal government.
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The company recently acquired a majority stake in Capital Hotel Plc, owners of Abuja Sheraton Hotel.
Lawal Taofeek, Head Corporate Affairs, 22 Hospitality Limited, said in a statement at the weekend that, the company’s recent acquisition was a strategic drive targeted at making the hotel carve a niche for itself by becoming a leading hospitality firm.
The company said enormous human and material resources would be invested in the academy to make it stand out as a world-class organisation with the principal aim of manpower development in the sector.
From Jide Olasunkanmi, Lagos