Does Nigeria need another online store? Yea or nay, your opinion doesn’t really matter, they just won’t stop launching. So here’s another one — lagmarket.com — yet another website where you can buy stuff and have them delivered to your doorstep.

A look at the site reminds me of Konga.com in its early days when they “respected themselves” and stuck to fast moving consumer goods.

Like most of the featherweight players in the ecommerce space, their delivery footprint is limited to “most parts of Lagos”. The store will deliver for free for orders above N3,000.

Lagmarket was established in October 2013 by Olumide Majekodunmi. Also on the founding team are Oluseun Oludipe, Oluwaseun Eko, and Ajibola Obayemi.

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