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Jovago, – Africa's largest online hotel booking platform reports a rocketing of hotel listings on its website. In 15 countries across Africa, the hotel booking giant has now verified 5,000 hotels in Nigeria in just one year.

Started in August 2013, has grown rapidly to become the hotel booking platform with the largest verified hotel inventory in Nigeria, while also offering users a variety of over 200,000 hotels worldwide to book from.

In Nigeria, Jovago recently partnered with Discovery Air, one of the country's leading domestic air carriers, a remarkable milestone just 11 months after launch. In addition to this, has also partnered with Trip Advisor, the world's largest travel site and also closed an exclusive partnership with the Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation. With a focus towards brand awareness and customer acquisition, the company signed up the award winning Nigerian artists - Ice Prince, Ajebutter 22 and Sasha P as their brand ambassadors.

Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of stated, "We are glad to report that the number of personally verified hotels on our website has significantly increased. It is extremely important to us that our users are able to book hotels on with the confidence that what they see on our website is exactly what they will find at the hotel."

Whether people are looking for luxury hotels, budget hotels, boutique hotels or a bed & breakfast, enables users to easily find their perfect stay by choosing from hotel, city or district search parameters. Users can further filter these search results by price, star rating and hotel amenities to better personalize their stay. The hotel booking platform operates under a high level of transparency through professional photos, verified hotel listings, detailed descriptions, and customer reviews on the hotels.

About Jovago is an online hotel booking service headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, and founded by Africa Internet Holding. Jovago, Africa's No.1 booking portal, facilitates the booking process for its users to provide them with the best hotel booking experience with fast, transparent and easy-to-use services. Jovago has over 5000 local listings across Africa.

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About AIH
Jovago is part of Africa Internet Holding (AIH). AIH introduces and accelerates the online shift in Africa – for its people and its culture. AIH has built up multiple web companies including: JUMIA, Zando, Kaymu, Hellofood, Lamudi, Carmudi, Jovago, Lendico and Easy Taxi. Further information can be found here:


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