At least according to Konga CEO, Sim Shagaya who earlier today tweeted:
@shopkonga can now announce its first billion naira yakata event ;)
— Sim Shagaya (@SimShagaya) November 27, 2015
While it is not categorically stated, this figure most likely represents the total value of orders placed in the course of the Yakata sales — Konga’s version of Black Friday.
As at the time of penning this, Black Friday sales are still on in other parts of the world, particularly in the US where it originated.
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