Leveraging eCommerce To Organise The Perfect Nigerian Party

JUMIA TRAVEL | March 5, 2019

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Nigerians party with so much pomp and pageantry. Barely a weekend passes by without having one event or the other to attend especially for the party freaks. Whether it is a christening, house warming or wedding, we celebrate to the fullest adorning resplendent and similar attires popularly called aso-ebi. However, those who simply attend these parties may not appreciate the time and money invested in planning and organizing them. The undeniable fact is that organizing a typical Nigerian party is very, very, very stressful. The nucleus of every party is food and drinks. Your party is incomplete without these two items. Despite the fact that you invited people to attend your wedding, you have to still offer them food. And the onus is on you to make provision for varieties: local and continental dishes. This even makes the planning cumbersome. You may have the finance to provide all these necessities for organizing a smooth and perfect Nigerian party, but you may not want to put in the time required.

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