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The 30 second commercials which are currently airing on all major TV stations in Nigeria, tell the exciting stories of entrepreneurs who sell on Kaymu. The ad depicts Kaymu as Nigeria’s number one online shopping community, that connects and empowers buyers and sellers to build their own success stories.

Sellers can connect to buyers all over the country who seek singular or bulk products to resell; office or household appliances, fashion and kids’ items as well as gadgets, electronics and many more from the numerous categories found on Kaymu.

Speaking on the new TVCs, the Head of Communications and Public Relations, Tomiwa Oladele, stated, ‘’Kaymu captures the joy of buying and selling in its new TV commercials. Every item sold, whether new or used has an exciting story and Kaymu gives sellers the opportunity to share that story with the world”.

The TV ads are hinged on the ease of shopping online on Kaymu. Items listed for sale on Kaymu are sold within minutes and buyers can place orders on Kaymu from their homes and offices through their smart devices or via the Kaymu Mobile App.  

The series of TV commercials are aimed at empowering sellers, inspiring buyers and entertaining the masses while passing along the core values of the company.

The TV ads were released alongside a nationwide radio campaign communicating the same messages.

To watch Kaymu’s TV commercials, click on the links below:

About Kaymu
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