The hustle and bustle of a major city like Lagos can weary even the soul of a saint. For a city infamous for its extraordinary traffic jams, the simple act of going to work leaves a lot to be desired. It is not uncommon for workers to leave their homes as early as 4 am, every day, to beat the avoidable traffic jams and get home from work by 11 pm for the same reason. In the midst of this endless hustling, there is barely any time left for Lagos residents to shop for the things that make life really worth living. But as luck would have it, Bojaga is setting things right.
Bojaga has launched a quick online commerce store to deliver food, electronics, and groceries to Lagos residents. The store promises Lagosians that it would have their orders delivered directly to their doorsteps in 90 minutes tops. This is no empty promise because after understudying similar established delivery systems around the world, Bojaga has come up with its own structures that would ensure it keeps to its word. What’s more, these structures have been fine-tuned and adapted to fit the unique settings and systems of Lagos.
Through Bojaga, Lagosians will have access to an array of established vendors reputed for stocking high-quality products in their inventory. By using Bojaga, these vendors, in turn, will be exposed to new markets and customers. The store also promises to provide online shoppers with convenience and a great shopping experience, in addition to its swift delivery.
The establishment of the Bojaga startup is the final result of months of tireless hard work carried out by the Bojaga team, who are quite ecstatic to see their huge dream come to life. In addition to this outstanding job, the team is very dedicated to ensuring that its customers not only get their purchased items swiftly but also get high-quality fresh food produce, groceries, and electronic products.
For now, Bojaga only delivers to selected areas of Lagos which include Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, Ajah, Lakowe, and Sangotedo. Future plans for expansion to more areas in Lagos and across the country are already in the pipeline.
About the company
Bojaga is a subsidiary of Bitcash Technologies Ltd which launched an ICO in 2021 but was discontinued for an undisclosed reason. Matthew Ebhodaghe, the founder of Bitcash Technologies and Bojaga.com, is a serial entrepreneur with years of experience in e-commerce affiliate marketing sales. Matthew has had several stints in many startups including an ICO project, a cryptocurrency exchange, music management and promotion, farming, a reality TV show, cybersecurity, direct selling, to mention but a few.
Company Name: Bojaga
Contact Person: Matthew Ebhodaghe
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Phone: +234 01 888 0172
Address:Leroy mall off Lekki-epe expy, Vintage Est