Hotel booking platform, Jovago, has received a stamp of approval from EFCC that will ensure that customers and partners using the Jovago.com website are assured of the highest quality control on all financial transactions. According to the company’s blog, users can book their hotels & pay online or at the hotel and be assured of financial safety.
Jovago has in the recent past initiated other strategic partnerships like becoming the official hotel partners of Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation to accelerate tourism in Nigeria and partnering with travel reviews site, TripAdvisor and hotel site aggregator, HotelsCombined.
According to Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of Jovago:
Nigeria is a thriving tourist destination with a large number of tourist sites and attractions. Our aim is to make these places easily accessible to everyone in Nigeria by making it very convenient for people to find and book good hotels online. This is why it was very important for us to get all the necessary certifications so that our customers are happy and comfortable booking their stays with us.
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