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Sources have indicated that the international model, global peace ambassador through fashion, Publisher of Hopez Magazine and founder of  African Fashion for Peace,  Hope Chioma Offor, better known as HOPEZ, is in high spirits these days. She is apparently in negotiations with a very well known international brand, which seeks to bring “the best of Africa to the world”!

 

It is also being whispered that the model recently made a move to partner with a big player in the nation’s real estate market, giving her an avenue to join the investors in the multimillion-dollar investment cadre.

 

These negotiations are being handled by the high brow Lagos legal firm and Entertainment / Sports law specialists, Arthur Nylander’s Chambers, who has been contracted to handle all legal matters relating to the HOPEZ brand.

 

Attempts to reach out to Leslie Olutayo Nylander SAN the Managing partner of the firm/consortium proved abortive.  However, contact was made with Ladipo Johnson Esq. another member of the law firm/consortium who has been spotted at various occasions with Hopez in recent times.

 

Johnson confirmed the relationship but made it clear that the details of the new relationship with International partners were still being ironed out, but are confidential in nature.

 

By this development, the very versed attorneys,  who also have other celebrity portfolios in the entertainment and sports industries in their account would relate closely with the key heads of the various outfits and organisations relating with the HOPEZ brand in high fashion and design, real estate and publishing.

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KPMG Lists Ecobank Nigeria Among Top Five Customer Experience Leaders In Nigeria

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KPMG, Nigeria’s Leading audit and professional services company, has ranked Ecobank Nigeria among the top five leading banks in Wholesale (Corporate) Banking in the KPMG Customers’ Experience and Satisfaction Survey. Ecobank moved eight places higher than its 2020 classification, and ranked number five in the 2021 survey of Nigerian banks. The top banks in order of rating include Citibank, Standard Chartered Bank, FCMB, Zenith and Ecobank Nigeria.

According to KPMG, Ecobank and other leaders in the segment demonstrated digital banking excellence with higher transaction volumes; adding that they were seen as partners to corporates and also move quickly to address and exceed customer needs. “Our annual banking survey continues to provide an independent platform for banks and other organizations to acquire this outside-in perspective and understand the voice and priorities of Nigerian customers. This year, our results reveal a very competitive landscape in the race for the customer and at the same time, customer feedback that recognizes the effort and innovation of Nigerian banks.” Specifically, it stated that “In the report, we explore, in more detail, key priorities for corporates such as transaction banking support as well as the payments experience for retail customers.”

The KPMG Nigeria Banking Industry Customer Experience Survey has been held annually for the last 15 years with the 2021 edition themed “Changing Customer, Changing Priorities”. The experience survey measures the performance of lenders in the country in terms of their relationship with their account holders and other users of financial services. They are usually rated in three categories – Retail, SME and Wholesale. The 2020 survey covered 15,056 retail customers, 1,856 SMEs and 332 commercial/corporate organisations. Respondents were selected from customers who have interacted with their banks in the last six months.

 

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Jumia Consumers to Enjoy FREE Delivery on Jumia Orders …the aim is to incentivize consumers to shop online

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Jumia consumers will enjoy free delivery on Jumia Express orders as the company pushes its Free Delivery campaign within Lagos and Abuja. The campaign is aimed at incentivising consumers to shop daily on the platform. 

“We want Nigerians to conveniently shop online without having to worry about delivery fees. That is why we are introducing the cost-saving promo to enable them to buy more while spending less.,” said Jumia Nigeria CEO Massimiliano Spalazzi.


The deal will be valid for all Jumia Express (items stored at the Jumia warehouse) orders above 4,999 Naira in Lagos and Abuja, excluding large items. The campaign, one of the first for the year, is among several initiatives the company is putting together to encourage consumers to continue shopping on the platform while enjoying a rewarding online shopping experience.

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