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CEO Weekends: Nigeria’s Slashes Delivery Charges

by Sam Wakoba
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supersavers-blogNasper’s backed, Nigeria’s online marketplace has said it is rolling out a flat rate of N500 to customers in Lagos in a move to enhance delivery and also satisfy its customers. The introduction of the flat rate for delivery charges is expected to take effect from 26th June, 2014 by 7pm.  Delivery charges to other states outside Lagos is a flat rate of N1500.

The new plan will allow customers to order as many items as they want on and have them delivered to their doorsteps anywhere in Lagos for N500. Shoppers can buy anything from home and kitchen appliances and to electronices.

Speaking on the new development, Head of Marketing at, Gabriel Gab-Umoden said “At, we are committed to delivering premium customer service to all our customers. We are introducing this new delivery plan to ensure that we continue to provide better and more efficient delivery services to our customers.”

The firm also said the Konga Super Savers is now on and it’s offering more value for less, enabling Nigerians to enjoy shopping during this period. The Konga Super Savers features a massive clearance sale across all categories on Shoppers will also be treated to daily timed deals on the website during this period.


A few days ago,, launched an Android App help shoppers shop from a large catalogue of products and discover the hottest deals on hundreds of thousands of unique items with just a single tap. Konga is facing high competition from Rocket Internet-backed Jumia and the firms have been launching new offerings to try and counter each other, however, at the end of the day it’s the customers who gain.

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