Abdulazeez, in a document made available to our correspondent on Monday, said it was significant that increased online transaction was recorded in spite of poor Internet penetration in the country.
According to him, e-commerce in the country is at its infancy. But he said that the industry was, however, set to grow at the rate at which the digital gap was closing.
He noted that the emergent huge e-commerce industry in the country was building on the expected progress, stressing that there was a current government intervention to make online payment more seamless and secured.
”So when you look at it, you know there is hope that things are going to be looking up. Just a few weeks ago, there were discussions between the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Nigeria Communications Commission on mobile platform for payment. When this is resolved, it‘s going to boost the industry,” he enthused.
Abdulazeez observed that online transactions provided by Kalahari.com provided visitors to the site an opportunity to access original products from all around the world.
These products include DVDs, CDs and electronics of all types, gift items and computers, among others at competitive prices.
He said, ”We negotiate good prices for people so much so that even traditional shops buy stock from our site and then sell. On our site, you can, for example, get a computer for about N38,000, N50,000, or N78,000, depending on the brand.
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