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Dangote crashes cement price for online customers, partners Jumia on sales

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lagos—In a new move designed to reduce price and ease logistics inherent in the purchase of its products, the management of Dangote Cement Plc has signed a pact with the foremost e-commerce platform, Jumia Nigeria, to offer for sale its cement to customers online. At the unveiling of the deal in Lagos, Dangote Cement, Key Account Director, Chux Mogbolu, said Dangote Cement was happy to partner with online shopping giant, in a bid to make Dangote cement available with ease to customers.


According to the deal, Nigerians and corporate bodies wishing to purchase a minimum of 300 bags of 50kg of Dangote Cement and above can now order on Jumia from the comfort of their rooms at a reasonable price of N2,500 per bag as opposed to the price in the open market and have them delivered to any place of their choice without any extra cost for transportation. Mogbolu, however, disclosed that the purchase would only be within Lagos, Port- Harcourt and Abuja for now. He said: “Dangote Cement decided to work with Jumia Nigeria based on its credibility and excellent performance over the years in online shopping management.” He added that the new initiative would help arrest the scams perpetrated by online fraudsters who deceived the people by asking them to purchase Dangote cement for N1000 per bag. “For now, the pilot scheme is live in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, but we can extend to other cities depending on the level of demand and performance of the new deal. “With the deal, Nigerians in need of seamless supply of cement from Dangote can now place order and pay online and wait for the delivery in record time from any of Dangote’s nearest cement plant to Lagos, Port Harcourt or Abuja. “We are starting with Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) of 300, 600 and 900. We may increase depending on demand surge as time goes on,” Mogbolu explained. Speaking on the deal, Chief Executive Officer of Jumia Nigeria, Juliet Anammah, said the deal with Dangote Cement was part of efforts to deepen service delivery on Jumia Nigeria online platform. Anammah said she was of the belief that the deal would be beneficial to all parties involved and deepen further online shopping in Nigeria as obtained all over the world.

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