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The Jovago team heartily congratulates His Excellency, General Muhammadu Buhari, as he is sworn in as the next president of our beloved country, Nigeria. This marks an important chapter of the country’s democracy. We truly believe in the President’s ideology of justice, fair play and zero tolerance for corruption as the bedrock for national rebirth.

With this new era of leadership, Jovago is proud to be part of the Nigerian transformation which includes a zero tolerance for corruption, prudent government spending and an understanding of the needs of the youth in Nigeria. We are prepared to work hand in hand with the government to move our great nation forward, this is visible from our pro bono official partnership with the Nigerian Tourism Development Cooperation to promote tourism in Nigeria. showcases Africa’s entrepreneurial spirit within the Nigerian hospitality sector by bringing small and remote hotels online and making them accessible. Our best price guarantee is aimed at supporting the frugal needs of the government as we also offer the cheapest possible hotel rates in Nigeria.

Jovago is prepared to support the new government’s mandate to secure and rebuild our Nigeria, create jobs and opportunity, and improve citizens’ welfare” cited Marek Zmyslowski - Managing Director Jovago - Nigeria while noting the satisfaction and pride derived from being a force of change in Nigeria. It would be of utmost pleasure to promote Nigeria’s potentials and dynamism within the African continent and abroad.

God bless Nigeria.


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