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WTD 2021: Goge Africa advocates for water transport

By Editor
02 October 2021   |   1:21 am
Goge Africa, through its Goge Africa Travel Club in Lagos State was not left out in the celebration of The World Tourism Day 2021 (WTD), as they organised a boat cruise,....

Goge Africa, through its Goge Africa Travel Club in Lagos State was not left out in the celebration of The World Tourism Day 2021 (WTD), as they organised a boat cruise, which afforded the group and other participants the opportunity to challenge the government and investors to look in the way of water transportation so as to reduce the traffic gridlock on Lagos roads.
  
Although a burgeoning city, Lagos State, with about 22 per cent of its landmass made of water, many of its residents are yet to explore the benefits of water transportation. It was therefore a thing of joy for the travel club to partner with KumChop Afrikana, Bestmangames Limited, Tarzan Jetty and Kizomba Nigeria, to explore the beauty and benefits of the aquatic splendour of the state.
  
With the WTD thematic preoccupation, Tourism For Inclusive Growth, the Managing Director of Goge Africa, Mrs. Nneka Isaac- Moses, said that the choice of the boat cruise was a strategic move at promoting the hidden gem of boat cruise experience, and also as an alternative means of transportation across the state.
  
The participants savoured the delightsome boat cruise, which took them through some of the unique and attractive sights of Lagos with music, dance, networking, interactions and good food.