Ask our Nigerian mothers, going to the market to get all the different ingredients needed to cook a meal or even the foodstuff to stock the home is the hardest part of the cooking experience.
From the unavoidable traffic they have to endure while going to the market, the scorching sun, to the packed bodies in the market itself which often times is a turn-off for many, shopping for the pantry is one of the most stressful part for most people.
When your Nigerian mum sends you to buy foodstuff and you forget whether she said one cup or two of Egusi…
Noticing this problem, a Nigerian startup is providing a creative solution to ease the stress Nigerians have to go through to shop for their food items.
The brainchild of two young Nigerian entrepreneurs, Olajide Ikuesan and Victory Okenna, Oja-ng.com is an online market where food items can be bought and delivered to homes and offices without stress or hassles.
How it works
An interested buyer can visit the Oja website and browse through the assorted food items on offer and select the ones they want. After making a selection, the buyer can then click the ADD TO BASKET button. They can then VIEW CART, add more items or proceed to CHECKOUT. At CHECKOUT, the buyer imput their information where they want their items sent to and then PLACE THE ORDER.
Once order is placed the food items only take a maximum of 24 hours to reach the buyer depending on their location.
Payment is done on delivery as Oja has a return policy that allows unsatisfied customers to reject product on the spot without charges.
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