The international online classified, OLX has launched a new reality show that will enable viewers to understand the platform better.
The non scripted show will demonstrate how people can make money by selling items that they barely use.
“We are really proud of the OLX Sell It Show,” Peter Ndiangui, the Country Manager said. “It gives us the unique opportunity to create awareness about our groundbreaking service to the Kenyan audience. The show not only provides entertainment for the viewers but it also offers some sort of education by giving them useful tips on how to make money on the OLX Platform.
The classified site can be accessed through the computer browser or even through the phone making it very useful in Africa where the mobile phone is popular.
Users can sell and buy a wide range of products from the platform including used household goods. Potential buyers can contact sellers through the contact information on the their profile making it easier for people to do transaction.
“People know about OLX but they don’t understand how to use it or how it works. There was a need to simplify the message and showcase how consumers can benefit from it, hence the development of the OLX Sell It Show.
Now that the government is ready to roll out the national broadband strategy, more Kenyans will be able to access the internet and engage in e-commerce activities.
The show will be available in selected television stations in Kenya and will be hosted by the funny man, Eric Omondi.