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Why Selling Children Products Is A Money Spinner in Nigeria

I stumbled on a statistics that put the number of births in Nigeria in the last 4 years at 6 million.

This statistics is said to be more than births in the whole of European union. That got me thinking that products like baby food, wears, medicine, body care products  amongst many others will make a 'kill' in Nigeria.

Services such as child-minding, Nanny, Creches as well as children centred events will remain a cash buzz.

Nigeria is one country where a focused entrepreneur can make tremendious wealth just by thinking of solutions to needs and offering relief services especially in the children and mom sub-sector.   

As a Jumia consultant you don't need to bother with capital to buy children products and resell, just join the program and make money selling children products and ofcourse knowing that your buying target are parents especially moms.

Reselling for any other offline children store can also be a great strategy.

Do let us know if starting a children business is on our new year project minder.

What ever you do, let's talk business.

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