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How is serving Nigerians with quality installations and repairs of electrical appliances.

by Emmanuel Temidayo
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Am sure we all know how difficult it is to find a well trained and reliable electrician in Nigeria to install electronics or repair faulty connections. And even if you are lucky enough to get a qualified one, they over charge you or even dupe you.

Nigerian startup, is here with a lasting solution to that. It is an on-demand electrical service connecting users to repair and installation service providers in Nigeria. The platform also offers all kinds of electrical products needed for homes and offices.

According to the co-founder Gentle Agoh, an electrical engineer who noticed the low technology adoption rate in the country, “There was a need to connect electricians with customers in a much more efficient way. It has been interesting and also challenging as we have to deal with making sure we create the kind of product our customers will love, and also get more clients.”

The platform currently boasts of a list of over 100 qualified electricians specializing in a variety of jobs, and is taking more requests each day. The startup deals in repairs and installations including for Wifi and Networks, Mobile phones and tablets, Intercom services, Fire alarm, CCTV cameras, electrical products, Digital displays, Audio Systems, etc. clients have a six months warranty on any of services, repairs and installations.

You can specify you choice of service on their website with just a single click on their website is now available in both Lagos and Abuja and is planning to expand to other parts of the country this year. The firm charges a commission for using its service, commissions charged varies depending on the kind of service used.


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