Ojashop.com Wants to be The Amazon of Ibadan

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OjashopNigerian and UK-based Jetheights Services Limited has launched Ojashop.com, in a move to bring convenience and access to a wide range of products to Ibadan’s growing online buyers.

The team says Ojashop is very easy to use and has the best security tools for online buyers and also allows buyers to just call in and order their products, just incase your internet goes berserk. Apart form buying, customers can also add products to a wishlist which the firm says enables them to add a particular product they wish to buy so when the time for them to purchase it comes, they can easily access it and order for it.

The site also allows buyers to view any of the products they want to buy with a magnifying tool so as they’re sure it’s what they really want.

At the moment,Ojashop has electronics, house and office appliances, baby products, stationery, movies and music, clothing, shoes, wristwatches, beauty and health, computers, tablets and mobile phones and their accessories, and so on.

The Ojashop team is betting on lower retail prices than the market price to attract as many customers as possible. The site offers free delivery on any order above ten thousand naira within Ibadan and also promises personal experience and great customer care.

Just to name a few, Jetheights Services Limited says it has more than four years in ICT and has built brands such as Jobemy.com, a site for job seekers in Nigeria, Jobeky.com, a site for job seekers in Kenya and Ghrecruit.com, site for job seekers in Ghana. The team also runs Technology-africa.com a general tech news website in Africa.

We will wait to see how the Ojashop stands against Konga and Jumia which have huge funds and inventories and international partnerships.