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BON Hotels expands stake in Nigeria’s hospitality sector with 22 new outfits

BON Hotels Group has expressed confidence in Nigeria’s hospitality sector as it reveals it would be opening over 22 hotels in major cities and secondary towns.

Speaking with newsmen at weekend, BON Hotels executive director for International West Africa, Bernard Cassar, said new hotels developments were set for major city routes, focusing on the Northern regions and the old trade route in the South.

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According to him, “Hotels can be expected in Jordan cities like Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, as well as towns and cities such as Kano, Yola, Kebbi, Ekiti, Ibadan, Warri, Enugu, Asaba and Enugu.

These properties, he noted, will focus not only on local and international business travellers, but keen leisure travellers too.

“Our ethos has always been to add value, create tourism circuits, and expand the hospitality sector in all rooms holistically and in so doing, extract value. That has been my missing and goal,” Cassar said.

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