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Zidora Group raises stake in e-commerce, launches Arigo

By James Nweke

With the launch of Zidora errands three months ago, zidora group is stepping up its digital business with announcement of another e-commerce platform,

This new addition to the expanding e-commerce market makes the latest addition in the online market space. The move represents a step up in competition across the fast-growing digital space.

Fully aware of the fact that the world is going digital, offers sellers and consumers a platform where they can meet online to transact businesses.

Speaking on why was set up, CEO, Zidora Group, Dr. Arinze Fortune Madueke, revealed that the platform was launched to enable sellers showcase their products. “We want to create a point where everything is possible. A place where you showcase what you have for the world to see. Most times, you find people who have something to sell very urgently but you don’t know how to go about it or where to locate thewould-be buyer.” Madueke added.

“There are lots of people who desire that exact thing you want to dispose but reaching them most times is a challenge,hence we want to solve that problem. Our plan is to bring these people together, basically helping people meet at the point of their need. We offer special services of getting you anything you want.’ He said.

Responding to a question on the competition that the new venture would face, CEO,Zidora Group, Dr.Fortune Arinze Madueke said,“Arigo is a big ship in a big ocean (Africa),” adding that his goal is to set up a robust e-commerce platform, that will serve as a one stop digital hub that will cater for everything human needs. “We will strive digitally to connect all persons, entities, companies and business into one global market through our innovative system,”

Both arigo and zidora errands are both available on apple and Google play store, Madueke commented.

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