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KAYMU EXPANDS OPERATIONS TO WARRI AND BENIN Lagos, Nigeria

Nigeria’s leading online marketplace Kaymu.com.ng has expanded operations to Warri and Benin. This comes hot on the heels of its expansion to Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan.

In a statement released by the Managing Director of Kaymu.com.ng, Evangeline Wiles, ‘The company which started with one hub in Lagos has since grown in two years to establish hubs in six geo-political regions in Nigeria’’.

‘We aim to improve the efficiency of our service and satisfy our customers by opening more branches in other states of the federation’, she added.

The expansion is in line with Kaymu’s vision to bridge the gap between buyers and small and medium scale enterprises across Nigeria.

There are no limits to what the online marketplace can achieve with plans of further expansion within the country.

                                                                                   
About Kaymu
Kaymu is Nigeria’s number one safest online market place where buyers and sellers can meet and make the best deals for used or new products, such as: mobile phones, laptops, latest fashion and clothing products and home appliances. Visit www.kaymu.com.ng to explore its offerings.

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