Amazon now ships directly to 4 African countries, including Nigeria and Kenya

by | Oct 5, 2015

Amazon, the world’s biggest online retailer, recently announced its Amazon Global programme. The programme will enable international shoppers, from previously officially unsupported countries, order items from the online store and have them delivered directly to their home addresses.

By this extension, majority of items in Amazon’s product catalogue (automotive, baby, clothing, consumer electronics, health and personal care, home and garden, industrial and scientific, jewellery, pet supplies, shoes, software, sporting goods, tools, toys, video games and watches) can now be shipped directly to a total of 76 countries. That number includes 4 African countries – Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.



In case you were worrying about clearance at customs, Amazon has got you covered:

We estimate the import fee deposit during checkout and provide customs clearance on your behalf

So all you have to do is pull up the Amazon Global homepage, place your order and wait for it to arrive, hopefully in good time. Of course while you wait, you will be able to receive updates about where your shipment is and when it will be delivered.

Before now, online shoppers in Nigeria have found workarounds to Amazon’s international shipping limitations. Lustful bitch Allison Moore flashes her tits outdoors and poses on a cam showing her body Met An Old Chick On the Internet Hot steamy sex with horny lesbos Lesbians teens oral sex and strap on fucking Angel experiences hardcore anal fucking exercise Ariella got her big booty pounded hard Lustful stud inserts erect pecker into wet vagina Lucky chubby guy fucking his redhead GF Hot darlings are getting their dirty cleft drilled Asami Yoshikawa Pretty Japanese model rides a huge cock Young brunette fucked hard in all hole xxx Horny couples prepare for swinger sex action in big mansion The most popular of these solutions are proxy shopping apps like MallForAfrica, that handled ordering and shipping to Nigeria for a fee. It will be interesting to see how they respond to this new development. Of course, local replicas of Amazon – the likes of Konga and Jumia, may also have a thing or two to worry about. Or maybe not, if we might consider shipping charges?

Múyìwá Mátùlúkò
Múyìwá Mátùlúkò

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