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    Nigeria’s Wakanow.com Expands Operations into Cameroon, Promises Tailored Travel Solutions

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    Wakanow.com, a Nigerian travel service, has expanded its operations into Cameroon, marking a significant stride in its mission for business growth and cultural integration. The move was officially announced on Wednesday by Agnès Mpude, the Country Manager for Wakanow Cameroon, who emphasized the company’s commitment to aligning its services with the Cameroonian travel ethos.

    Acknowledging the importance of this expansion, Mpude stated, “Our entry into Cameroon is more than just business expansion; it signifies cultural integration. We are excited to be part of Cameroon’s travel narrative and are committed to delivering services that resonate with the Cameroonian way of exploring travel, for business or leisure.”

    Wakanow, accredited by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), asserts that it has made significant investments to ensure top-quality service delivery in Cameroon. Bayo Adedeji, CEO of Wakanow, highlighted these efforts, stating, “We have invested all necessary resources, including cutting-edge technology, to ensure top-quality service to our clients in Cameroon.” Adedeji further emphasized the company’s commitment to democratizing travel for Africans through initiatives like the Pay Small Small (PSS) offer, which provides funding access to clients, eliminating financial barriers to booking flights on Wakanow.com.

    The company aims to leverage its innovative services and expertise to contribute to the development and promotion of tourism in Cameroon. Agnès Mpude elaborated on this, stating, “We are actively developing partnerships with local businesses, tour operators, and hotels. This will benefit not only our clients but also the local economy and the tourism sector.” Wakanow plans to tailor tour packages to align with Cameroon’s festivals, events, and culturally significant destinations, offering customized travel experiences tailored to local preferences.

    Established in 2008, Wakanow has grown into a comprehensive platform for travel enthusiasts, offering a wide range of services including flight tickets, hotel bookings, visa assistance, airport transfers, travel insurance, and vacation deals. Beyond Cameroon, Wakanow operates in various African countries including Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Liberia, Togo, and Côte d’Ivoire. Additionally, the company has expanded its operations beyond the African continent, with a presence in the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

    The entry of Wakanow into the Cameroonian market not only signifies a significant milestone for the company but also holds promise for the local travel industry and economy, fostering partnerships and delivering tailored travel solutions to meet the diverse needs of Cameroonian travelers.

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