WHEN WAS the last time you went home?
Not the home that greets you after a long day at work, but the home that holds the essence of your very being in its rich soil, family history and climate so warm your heart smiles the moment your foot touches the airport’s tarmac.
Wherever home is to you, when was the last time you said ‘Hello’?
HELLO, IS IT ME YOU’RE LOOKING FOR?: When was the last time you flew home?
Air France [Click here to see their worldwide network] hopes to reconnect you with your long lost love via their ‘Love Letter to Africa’ competition.
Is home Africa? Or have you always wanted to visit the continent?
Boasting an extensive network to Africa, the airline connects the UK to over 30 destinations on the continent. In Nigeria alone Air France flies to Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.
Air France is giving Voice readers the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to any of over 30 African destinations on the Air France network via their ‘Love letter to Africa’ competition.
Where is your favourite place in Africa?
Is it somewhere you would like to discover or somewhere you keep on going back to?
Do you wish you could visit a loved one or enjoy delicious food?
Whatever your reason, tell us about it and you could win a pair of tickets to any African destination on the Air France network.
For your chance to win tickets, submit your ‘Love Letter to Africa’ as a letter, image, poem or short video explaining what you love about going home or visiting the continent.
Below, Congolese-born comedian Eddie Kadi explains why he loves "going home".
Stanley Osuide, CEO of the British International Institute, who is of Nigerian heritage, said: