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APSRG Rates Konga Cheapest, Reliable Source for Leading Brands Computers

APSRG Rates Konga Cheapest, Reliable Source for Leading Brands Computers

Konga, Nigeria’s foremost e-commerce giant, has been identified as the leading source for the most reliable and best-priced genuine PCs and laptops from top global brands in Nigeria, Africa’s biggest computing market. The submission came from African Postgraduate Students’ Research Group (APSRG), a research collective which numbers budding scholars of …

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Konga Partners NIDCOM to Aid Nigerians In Diaspora

Konga Partners NIDCOM to Aid Nigerians In Diaspora

Konga, Nigeria’s leading composite e-commerce giant, has signed a partnership with the Federal Government through the Diaspora Commission to further strengthen the relationship between Nigerians abroad, their relatives and the nation. To this effect, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Konga and the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) on …

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Konga, FG Sign MoU on Job Creation for Nigerian Youths

Konga, FG Sign MoU on Job Creation for Nigerian Youths

Konga, Nigeria’s leading composite e-commerce giant, has been hailed by the Minister of Youths and Sports Development, Hon. Sunday Dare as a digital platform with immense capacity to help re-write Nigeria’s unemployment narrative. He made this known during the signing of a landmark partnership between Konga and the Ministry aimed …

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Konga Set to Debut E-commerce’s First Cloud TV

Konga Set to Debut E-commerce’s First Cloud TV

Konga, Nigeria’s leading composite e-Commerce giant, is set to pioneer another first with the launch of the first Cloud TV in the e-Commerce sector. The Konga Cloud TV is set to go live in September 2021. Although details of the closely-guarded development are still unfolding, feelers indicate that the Konga …

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Twitter Suspension: LCCI Bemoans Damages on Businesses, Economy

Twitter Suspension: LCCI Bemoans Damages on Businesses, Economy

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has warned against what it described as collateral damage the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria would cause. Its Director-General, Dr Muda Yusuf said many businesses, especially small medium enterprises (SMEs), leverage the micro-blogging social media platform for marketing and other promotional …

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