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Kaymu and Nigezie Treat Fans to Watch The Nigerian Match with Celebrities

Nigeria's leading online marketplace Kaymu.com.ng has partnered with Nigeria's first twenty-four hour music and lifestyle channel Nigezie TV to organize the biggest sporting event of the World Cup titled Watch a Match with a Celebrity on the 21st of June 2014.
 
According to the Tomiwa Oladele, Public Relations Manager for Kaymu, "The World Cup is the biggest event this year and there is no better time to reward customers and fans than an event that enables them socialize with their favorite celebrities".
 
Kaymu.com.ng has partnered with Nigezie TV, one of Nigeria's largest media houses to host an event with top Nigerian artists, including Reminisce, where fans will be able to engage with celebrates while cheering on the Super Eagles. Other surprise celebrity appearances will be announced at the event.
 
In addition, fans will have the opportunity of winning freebies during the raffle draw held at half time.
 
To get a chance to win, fans should register and list a product for sale on kaymu.com.ng. For further details on getting invited please visit the Kaymu or Nigezie face book pages.
 
About Kaymu

Kaymu is Nigeria's #1 safest online market place where buyers and sellers can meet and make the best deals for used or new products, such as smart phones, computers, fashion and clothing, home appliances for the cheapest price thanks to the fixed or auction pricing system. Visit www.kaymu.com.ng to explore its offerings.
                                                                
About AIH
Kaymu is part of Africa Internet Holding (AIH). AIH introduces and accelerates the online shift in Africa – for its people and its culture. AIH has built up multiple web companies including: JUMIA, Zando, Kaymu, Hellofood, Lamudi, Carmudi, Jovago and Easy Taxi. For further information please visit  www.africainternetholding.com.

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