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Jovago.com Expands Into Bus Partnerships to Provide More Accessible Hotel Booking Services to Nigerians

Jovago, www.jovago.com – Africa's largest online hotel booking platform has announced partnerships with nationwide bus transport companies in Nigeria in order to make hotel bookings accessible to travelling Nigerians.

The company has so far partnered with over 20 bus transport agencies including Ekene Dili Chukwu, Izuchukwu Transport Nigeria Limited and has also kicked off a white label partnership with one of Nigeria's largest bus transport companies – God Is Good Motors, making Jovago.com their official hotel partner. Nigerians visiting the God Is Good Motors website http://hotels.godisgoodmotors.com/ can now easily find and book from over 200,000 hotels around the world and over 5,000 hotels in Nigeria.

God Is Good Motors on the partnership with Jovago.com.

According to Ibemere Samuel, Director, Corporate Communications/Strategy, God Is Good Motors Limited, "We have realized that a lot of Nigerians are moving online to transact businesses, this is why we have created a standard website which would be easy for customers to book bus tickets from. With the Jovago partnership, our passengers can now also find their hotels easily, making their trip as seamless as possible."

With the partnerships, Jovago.com aims to cater to the diverse Nigerian travel markets which prefer land travel and are largely offline.

According to Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of Jovago.com Nigeria, "This is a great achievement for Jovago.com. As the leading hotel booking site in Nigeria, we aim to meet all our travelling customers wherever they may be, especially while they are in the booking process, hence making hotel booking service even more accessible."

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