Coca-Cola Nigeria, NBC Announce New Partnership with Jumia urging Nigerians to Stay Safe, Shop from Home, Enjoy Free Delivery
The Coca-Cola System, comprising Coca-Cola Nigeria and Nigerian Bottling Company Limited (NBC), has today announced partnerships with leading e-commerce platform Jumia to provide access for consumers to shop for Coca-Cola beverage brands online as opposed to going to stores.
Home Essentials Shopping During Social Distancing? Try Coca-Cola & Jumia
We can all agree that these are strange times. Remote working, closed schools, and social distancing have become essential to reduce risk as the pandemic looms. This means going out to get even home essentials is not an option for most people, and this is why brands like Coca-Cola & Jumia are ramping up efforts…
Operators join forces with Federal Government to fight COVID-19
Some service providers in the telecoms and ICT industry have joined the Federal Government in the fight against the pandemic, COVID-19.
'How eCommerce sub-sector can grow, impact Nigeria's economy'
For Nigeria's electronic commerce (eCommerce) sub-sector to grow, become profitable, and subsequently impact the economy, more education is required.
Two Jumia workers docked for allegedly stealing N3.8m
Two workers of Jumia Nigeria alleged to have stolen N3.8 million from the company were on Tuesday docked before an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court. Olatunde Temitope, 23, and Lawal Akinkunmi, 23, are being tried for conspiracy and stealing. The prosecutor, Inspector. Victor Eruade, told the court that the offences were committed between March and July…
QuickCheck partners Jumia, PayAttitude for financial inclusion
QuickCheck, a micro-lending mobile platform that provides collateral-free loans, has announced its new partnerships with Jumia and PayAttitude, to provide credit access as a catalyst for economic growth and development. According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Fabiano Di Tomaso, increased e-commerce transactions and smartphone penetration are indicative of a population segment seeking a higher…
EFCC arrests fake Jumia agent in Benin
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested Edoboryi Osaruese Leerees, 23 year-old, a fake Jumia agent in Benin City, Edo State. Leerees was arrested following a petition by a lady who claimed to have paid him over One million naira ( N1,000,000) for the supply of good which she and her friends ordered…
Police arraign 4 men for allegedly swindling Jumia International of N14.9m
The police on Wednesday arraigned four men in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, for allegedly swindling Jumia International of N14.9 million.
Jumia confirms existence of lawsuits filed against it
Jumia in its second quarter (Q2) report has confirmed that there has been some lawsuits filed against the firm and some of its officers but said the cases remained in its preliminary stages.
Jumia sacks three over “improper sales practices”
E-commerce giant faces legal threats Jumia Technologies AG, Africa's biggest e-commerce operator, has sacked three top management staff after discovering inflated sales figures in its Nigerian business, a source at the company said. Although Jumia claimed that the staff were suspended pending the review of the "improper sales practices," the source insisted they were not…