One of Africa’s leading e-Commerce platform, Jumia, will mark its 8th Anniversary by celebrating consumers and communities through a consumer and seller centric campaign in the exceptional context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The company’s anniversary, themed ‘Stronger Together’, is one of its major annual commercial events and is being held from June 22nd until July 5th, 2020 across the countries where Jumia operates in Africa.
The company will continue to support its consumers through the various measures and initiatives that were started during COVID-19 crisis, especially by providing a wide range of relevant products at the best prices and establishing new partnerships with both international and local brands.
This year, Jumia is eight years old and to celebrate, the company has lined up several amazing events, deals and offers to say thank you to it’s cherished customers, vendors, partners and employees..
There will also be many games available online for a chance to win amazing prizes and much more fun stuff you can’t miss. Customers have to download the Jumia app on App store/PlayStore or go on the Jumia website to participate in these fun activities.
Jumia now has picked up stations nationwide in most regional capitals and communities to allow customers in areas outside Accra enjoy the company’s services too.
CEO of Jumia Ghana, Diana Owusu-Kyereko said, “In such trying times when a global pandemic has affected all lives, we believe it’s our responsibility to offer a platform where customers can shop from a wide range of products/services at the best price and have their items delivered to them safely.
“Impacting the lives of Ghanaians positively is the vision of this company and we are proud to touch lives through the use of the internet. Creating employment opportunities, supporting vendors to increase revenue, providing best prices on quality items and building an ecosystem where Ghanaians enjoy a safe shopping experience is what we are really proud of. ’’
Jumia believes that the customer makes the business and as such, in this era where lives have been impacted by Covid-19, this celebration is dedicated to give back and make the customer happy by being #strongertogether.
Quality products and services at affordable low prices as well as a plethora of freebies are available throughout the anniversary period.
Jumia is proud to partner with some reputable brands to make this anniversary sale a great success. These brands include but are not limited to Nokia, Nivea, Cowbell, Jameson, Frytol, Tecno, Maybelline, Dettol, Icona, Diageo, and Johnny Walker.
“The shopping experience is sometimes overwhelming. The convenience of staying in my room and still receiving what I order is what fascinates me always. I can get almost everything I need on Jumia.
“I order lunch, clothes and even pay my bills on Jumia. During the Covid-19 lockdown period, Jumia even got my groceries to me fresh and safe. Thank you Jumia and congratulations on your anniversary,’’ said Yaa Otiwa Adjei, a customer
Customers can shop for these amazing deals and pay online via Mobile Money or Visa/Master cards.
With its digital payment service, JumiaPay, the company has made it easier for customers to pay for items online in a safe and secure manner.
Utility bills such as electricity and water, DSTV & GoTV and other bills can be paid for online using the Jumia Pay app.
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