Ogapatapata to bring more Nigerian retailers online A new e-commerce platform, www.ogapatapata.com.ng, is seeking to promote Nigerian retailers online. Founded by Solomon Okpa, the portal which was officially unveiled recently in Lagos, said the brand is geared towards revolutionising the Nigerian digital market. “I had a deep conviction that one day in the near future, physical shops and market spaces would go extinct and be replaced by virtual shops and markets (e-commerce),” said Okpa in a chat with The Nation.
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