By Itohan Abara-Laserian
Access Bank Plc has partnered with Konga to offer free deliveries and 10 per cent discount on every item purchased in the ‘Konga Yakata’ sale from Nov. 11 to Dec. 12.
This is contained in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Lagos.
The Group Head, Retail Marketing and Analytics, Access Bank, Chioma Afe, said that the free deliveries and 10 per cent discount would be applicable to the bank debit card users only during the Yuletide.
Afe said that Access Bank would offer an extra 10 per cent discount to shoppers on Konga who pay for purchases with the bank’s debit card.
“This offer cuts across customers purchasing gift bundles of food items for donation to the needy under the Konga Kares programme, as well as shoppers on Konga Yakata” she said.
Afe added that the sales fiesta would run across the various platforms in the Konga Group including online offline stores across Nigeria, discounted flights tickets and hotels to various locations around the world.
The Manager, Corporate Communications, Konga, Mr Gideon Ayogu said the partnership would offer free delivery of essential and quality food items to the needy.
“Anchored under the auspices of Konga Kares, its CSR arm, Konga, in partnership with Access Bank is supporting the free delivery of essential and quality food items to needy Nigerians across the country which can be purchased on during the Yakata sales.
“Interested and public-spirited Nigerians at home and in the Diaspora can purchase these food items via Konga and donate to friends, families, the less privileged and communities of their choice across Nigeria, with Access Bank.
“Subsidising the cost of free delivery of these food items to the last mile beneficiaries across Nigeria. The quality food items will go live for purchase in dedicated gift bundles on Nov. 11, which coincides with the commencement of the Konga Yakata sale.
“Konga will oversee the logistics and deliveries of the food items to the nominated beneficiaries of the donors,” he said. (NAN) (www.nannews.ng)