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.
What was your experience with Black Friday in Nigeria? Did you experience Black Friday rapture? Or maybe you never found what you were looking for? Let us know in the comments section below.
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