In yet another retail logistics coup,  Konga has opened three physical pickup points in the Lagos metropolis.  Konga customers can now elect to pick up their purchases at any of the centres located on Victoria Island, in Surulere, and Ikeja.

It is said that customers will also be able to place orders from the location as well as request support from Konga’s customer service representatives present.

Source – Konga

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