Airtel and Konga sign MoU to deepen online retail in Nigeria

Airtel Nigeria and Konga, an e-commerce platform, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deepen the digital and online retail landscape in the country.

The MoU was signed at Airtel’s headquarters in Lagos late last week.

Airtel Chief Commercial Officer, Mr Godfrey Efeuurhobo, said the MoU will further demonstrate the telecommunications company’s commitment to providing opportunities and partnerships.

Efeurhobo said it was an important step in making online and offline offerings more accessible and affordable for everyone.

“The MOU with Konga is important to us as it demonstrates our commitment to creating opportunities and partnerships that will enrich the lives of our customers and allow them to realize their full potential.

“The occasion is also significant because it offers our determination to make life better, enjoyable and fun for our more than 50 million customers by connecting them to places, services, offers, people and opportunities that can transform their life.

“Our ambitious program is transforming lives and enabling digital and financial inclusion, while the partnership with Konga is important in making online and offline services affordable.

“We are building quality while pioneering and inspiring in a new way that will position us as the preferred partner in all things digital, e-commerce, entertainment, lifestyle, entrepreneurship and sports. “, did he declare.

Konga’s Managing Director, Mr. Nick Imudia, said the MoU is one of the company’s strategic partnerships aimed at creating a viable e-commerce ecosystem.

“This is one of the most strategic partnerships that we believe will create an ecosystem where millions of customers can access our products.

“We believe we are the guru of e-commerce, and Konga, as an indigenous business, will deliver strong offerings to customers,” Imudia said.


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