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Africa Sokoni sign deal with Bolorims

Event came as they mark their second year anniversary

In Summary

• Move comes amid unprecedented growth of SMEs and the urge to reach a wider customer base 

Bolorims.com CEO Michael Tokunbo Orimobil and African Sokoni CEO Ebrima Fatty sign an agreement
Bolorims.com CEO Michael Tokunbo Orimobil and African Sokoni CEO Ebrima Fatty sign an agreement
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Africa Sokoni signed a partnership with Bolorims.com from Nigeria, an e-commerce platform, as they celebrated their second anniversary at the Eka Hotel on Sunday.

This partnership is an expansion strategy, considering the unprecedented growth of SMEs and the urge to reach a wider customer base through online stores.

 

Bolorims CEO Michael Tokunbo Orimobil said, "Bolorims was eager to invest in the e-commerce market in Kenya to build a cohesive partnership between Nigeria and East Africa. We have acquired a 10 per cent stake of Africa Sokoni but we will be trading in West Africa as Bolosokoni.com."

Present were African Sokoni CEO Ebrima Fatty and chief operating officer Celeste Liyai.  

Handshake after signing the pact
Handshake after signing the pact
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Felix Mutwiri, Felix Nyamweya and Felix Okot
Felix Mutwiri, Felix Nyamweya and Felix Okot
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Africa Sokoni COO Celeste Celeste Liyai
Africa Sokoni COO Celeste Celeste Liyai
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Finance manager Isaac Nguru, vendor acquisition executive Shirlyn Wanjiru and Afrika Sokoni head of sales Mark Faraji
Finance manager Isaac Nguru, vendor acquisition executive Shirlyn Wanjiru and Afrika Sokoni head of sales Mark Faraji
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Customer Service's Lilian Mutare and head of logistics Eric Zedekiah.
Customer Service's Lilian Mutare and head of logistics Eric Zedekiah.
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