Travel company, GEO Travel, and Tours has affirmed its commitment to ensuring that large numbers of Nigerians turn up in Russia this summer to support the Super Eagles at the 21st FIFA World Cup finals, taking place 14th June – 15th July 2018.
Speaking in Lagos, Head of Business of GEO Travel and Tours, Damilola Osikoya insisted that with as low as N500,000, football –loving Nigerians and supporters can make it to Russia to cheer the Super Eagles to an excellent outing.
“GEO Travel and Tours decided to align with the NFF as a way of making traveling to the FIFA World Cup as easy for Nigerians as making a phone call. Nigerians from all walks of life will have the option of choosing from a range of customized services that gives them the option to see the first, second or third matches only, or a combination of two, or all three games.
“GEO Travels and Tours will also adopt a flexible payment plan for Nigerians hoping to book now and pay at a later date. It is important to make the Super Eagles feel the presence of home support by taking Nigerians in large numbers to Russia.”
Jones Obot, Business Development Executive, told thenff.com: “GEO Travel and Tours is an independent subsidiary of the Nepal Group. Our team of dedicated professionals offers the best services available to make travelling experience memorable. We believe that it is the job of the travel agency to not only offer its customers the most enjoyable trips but also to afford them the travel experience where their personal comfort is enhanced and travel needs are met in a manner that is convenient for them, speedily and in cost-efficient way.”
At the ceremony unveiling the company as NFF’s Official Travel Partner for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which took place at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos on 19th February 2018, NFF 2nd Vice President/Chairman of Marketing, Sponsorship and TV Rights Committee, Shehu Dikko said the Federation is targeting the Eagles progressing beyond the quarter finals at the World Cup. He also disclosed that adequate preparations have been put in place to support this objective.
The Super Eagles will play fellow World Cup-bound team, Poland in Wroclaw on Friday next week in the first of six friendly matches planned for the team ahead of the World Cup finals. An encounter against another World Cup-bound team, Serbia is scheduled for London four days later.