After hosting the biggest ever virtual Easter egg hunt in Kenya, Jumia has moved the expedition offline to hide over 2,000 plastic eggs in different locations around the capital for children and families till late into the April holiday.
There are reports already that some eggs have been spotted inside buses plying Westlands route, offices, Universities, popular clubs, public gardens like Jee-van-Jee, Uhuru Park among other places as below
Parinaz Firozi, MD, Jumia Kenya said, “This April holiday is fun filled. We invite families to join in the hunt and experience April like never before, who knows what you could find inside!”
Successful egg hunters are required to post a selfie on twitter with the egg and the code they find inside the egg under the hashtag #jumiaegghunt. Once the code is redeemed, the eggs could hatch among others hundreds of discount coupons, a Smartphone, a Fridge, a television set, a powerbank, a pair of shoes or even a toothpick!
“We have so far hidden eggs in University of Nairobi, Arboretum, Supermarkets and even at Cab stops. We plan to put others in USIU, KCA University, Uhuru Park, Central Park and Jeevanjee gardens.” Firozi