By Love Anuforo.
Nigeria’s largest shopping mall, Konga, has expressed committment to support the Federal Government’s vision to grow and deepen the agricultural sector of the country.
Konga, which started with groceries in 2012 but met a dead-end, has gone back to where it started as it launched it’s Konga daily yesterday.
The CEO Konga Group, Shola Adekoya, yesterday in Lagos, unveiled Konga daily(www.konga.com/daily) which has ventured into groceries(Tomatoes, Okro, Yam, Pepper,etc) daily
deliveries. Unveiling the Konga ddailly, the CEO assured that an item will never go out of stock and the group will pick the best merchants,alongside the Konga Retail team to give customers the best. In adding value to the daily life of customers, the Konga pay online will help ease inconvenience and foster e payment, thereby facilitating a hitch-free purchase.
Furthermore, Shola Adekoya guaranteed customers of affordable prices , availability and delivery of groceries within 24hrs in Lagos as they make plans towards broadening and spreading out to other states of the nation in six months.
Moreover, the CEO,who spoke in optimism, said Konga daily is already a success as the group will imbibe all the learning they have acquired for over five years into it.
Acknowledging the stress and diffiulty associated with sales and delivery of groceries, because they are mostly perishable; the Chairman Konga Group, Sim Shagaya, said that they are venturing into it to meet their customers’ daily needs and play a part in bringing value to their lives. Konga daily, according to him, “is a means through which Konga as a group will be embedded in the daily life of th general public.”
Statically, “we can’t say we are successful if we can’t meet 73% of customers’ needs and this is what we are setting out to achieve through Konga daily”- the Chairman added.
The group intends to work with certified merchants in the nation, but will request their supplies and deliveries on world class specification.
According to the CEO, “we are not doing everything ourselves, but in order to move into ourselves into the lives of the people, we enable people to work with us. Though we are the engine, we definitely won’t do everything ourselves.”
The group pledged to move into the fabrics of the society. In the words of the Chairman, Seun Shagaya, “We are moving ourselves into the fabrics of the society. We will follow the society, you will find us where majority of Nigerian populace is.”