Kilimall Offers 50% Price Slash in Valentine Promo

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By Dipo Olowookere

In line with the spirit of Valentine, one of the biggest e-commerce websites in Nigeria, KiliMall, has commenced its 2017 Valentine campaign tagged #ShareYourLove.

The campaign is an ideal avenue for couples to express their love and affection with each other in the season.

It commenced on January 28, 2017.

To participate, couples will have to share their audio/visual contents professing their love for each other via the Kilimall social media channels. This is a viable avenue for the Nigeria couple to share their love.

Also, in the spirit of love, Kilimall is offering a 50 percent price slash on all valentine purchases on the site. This is intended to make everyone afford a gift for loved ones in this season of love.

Kilimall Nigeria has partnered with a comedian R4C. This partnership will introduce custom-made branded R4C merchandise into the market.

Further into the campaign, Kilimall will launch the Him/Her DEALS exclusively for valentine season to share love to the people.

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