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Jovago, the online hotel booking service, has announced the inclusion of a local language translation service on its portal.

Users can now book a hotel by following three simple steps, communicated in either Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo language, if they so wish. The move is aimed at increasing the ease at which those whose preferred languages are Yoruba, Hausa, and Igbo can book a hotel on Jovago.

Marek Zmyslowski, Manager Director of Jovago said in a statement released to Techcabal “Our core mission at Jovago right now is to simplify the way our customers use the internet to engage in online translation which is why we are excited to introduce the local language translation. This way, booking hotels become fun and quicker, and we preserve the Nigerian culture for future generations.”

Jovago recently launched its mobile app for androids in over 40 countries worldwide.

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