EBay is Finally Coming To Nigeria And Two Other African Countries

Filed in Others by on June 29, 2016 4 Comments

EBay is reportedly coming to Nigeria and two African Countries – Kenya and Ghana – this move is thanks to a new partnership with MallforAfrica. The partnership will enable inventory from US sellers to be bought by MallforAfrica.com shoppers in Nigeria and Kenya.

eBay coming to Africa

According to the MallforAfrica’s CEO, Chris Folayan

“We are creating a unique ‘eBay Powered by MallforAfrica’ app to run on all our platforms. When buyers in Africa shop with this app, they’ll be able to
shop on eBay, buy what they want, check out, and pay through MallforAfrica.”

eBay coming to Nigeria

The service will reportedly start in Nigeria in July, and then roll out to Kenya, followed by Ghana.

Once they start working, you will be able to purchase goods from eBay using your local currencies through MallforAfrica, then in return, MallforAfrica with handle the shipping and delivery of goods and will also ensure the money goes back to the vendor in dollars.


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  1. Let's hope it brings a lot of goodies to my people in Nigeria. Bringing it won't be a problem.

  2. This is a welcome development, at least the will make our Nigeria auction site setup and do the right thing,
    I love the competition.

  3. Wow!!!! This is good news for lovers of online shopping

  4. Wow!!!! This is good news for lovers of online shopping

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