Nigeria’s acclaimed first couple of tourism, Isaac and Nneka Moses of Goge Africa, in commemoration of their 20th anniversary have promised fun lovers a trip of a lifetime as they embark on a four-country boat cruise from Sunday.
The couple took to her social media accounts to make the announcement all through August and September.
According to Nneka, “We are cruising to four countries in the diaspora,wiith a shore excursion in Falmouth to experience the beautiful Island of Jamaica. We’ll be going on sightseeing tours to explore the Seaside City, visiting famous city monuments, scenic viewpoints, popular attractions and Learn about the history of Jamaica.
For those that appreciate good drinks, you will also get the opportunity to relax and savour the flavours of Jamaica at the beautiful outdoor park – Reggae Hill, learn the history of Jamaica’s rum production and taste a wide selection of their famous locally made rum/spirits & exotic Caribbean fruit juices.”
According to this famous co-presenter of Goge Africa tourism promotion programme, the promise made to members of their Goge Travel Club and others who have enlisted on the cruise is a trip of a lifetime.
“Enjoy this shore excursion, soak up the wild beauty of Jamaica and much more when you join us from 13th to 20th October 2019 for the Goge Africa 20th Anniversary Cruise that will move from Florida in the USA, to Mexico, Jamaica and Haiti.”
In a recent interview with The PUNCH, Nneka had revealed how the concept of Goge Africa came into being and the countries the couple have visited on the job.
“When we conceptualised Goge Africa, honestly, we just wanted to have fun. We love travelling, telling stories, meeting people and experiencing cultures. So, we decided to share our experience. That was what we had in mind and we decided to experience the lives of our people because we were not happy with what we saw in the western media. They like to depict us as backward and as a ‘dark continent.’ But from our point of view, all we could see was the beauty of our people – Nigeria and Africa. So, we decided to do that ourselves and have fun doing it. So far, we have visited, at least, four continents. We’ve been to India in Asia, France in Europe, North America and South America while we have visited over 30 countries out of 54 in Africa” she said.
She, however, wants the potential of Nigerian tourism to be properly harnessed to alleviate poverty and increase revenue.
“The Nigerian tourism industry is a real money spinner if properly harnessed. It has the potential to alleviate poverty and increase revenue” she added.