By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Jumia Nigeria has announced the launch of its clearance sales tagged ‘Everything Must Go’, targeted at boosting and encouraging new year shopping among Nigerians as well as help them save money on January shopping.
Head of Engagement Marketing for Jumia Nigeria, Ms Olamide Amosu, who made the announcement in a press statement in Lagos, said the campaign will run from Monday, January 14 through Thursday, January 31, 2019.
Ms Amosu also stated that customers who shop on the Jumia App will enjoy the best prices on 2018 bestsellers, over 50 percent off daily mega flash sales, mouth-watering discounts on all last piece items and up to 25 percent off on phones, air conditioners, fans, generators and much more.
“The festive season is winding up and Nigerians have spent a lot of money to have a memorable celebration. Due to the increased spending, a significant number of them may postpone their shopping for later.
“However, with the Jumia Clearance Sales and the accompanying discount, we believe that January can be a time to shop without burning a hole in your pocket,” she added.
The Clearance Sales by Jumia reveals that the number one shopping destination is in tune with the needs of Nigerians and it will eventually change the perception that January or the New Year is the month to hold back on spending.
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