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Kwik Delivery appoints ambassadors in Nigeria, discloses expansion plan

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Austin Okocha and Fehintoluwa Okegbenle (Fehinty)

Austin Okocha, popularly known as Jay-Jay Okocha, one of the best African footballers of all time and Fehintoluwa Okegbenle, a popular Nigerian female biker, has now become ambassadors for Kwik Delivery.

At the unveiling event, which included partners among other guests, the company disclosed its plans to expand its reach into Abuja. The company’s goal is to create a more appealing environment where users can be better served.

The CEO of Kwik, Romain Poirot-lellig, affirmed that the company has a target for its brand to be well represented by these ambassadors, bringing in the best values to ensure they thrive in tremendous ways.

Speaking further, Romain said the company seeks to leverage the image of skill, dexterity and overall success represented by the former Nigerian international footballer, Austine Okocha.

Expressing his appeal, Okocha highlighted:

”Kwik Delivery is a game-changer for businesses and merchants in Nigeria, especially those running their businesses online. It’s my pleasure to help Kwik raise its profile in Nigeria from today. To me, it’s like throwing a fish into the river.”

Fehintoluwa Okegbenle is known to have recently embarked on a trip from Lagos to Ghana on a bike and is recognised as the first female biker in Nigeria to complete the Ironbum Challenge involving a 1,000 km bike ride in a day.

She expressed that she is pleased to be a part of the delivery business, saying the Kwik brand stands compared to others she has experienced.

“As a biker, I constantly challenge myself to be creative. I’m proud to associate myself with Kwik which has shown creativity and dynamism in service delivery to its customers,” she said.

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Launched in 2019, Kwik Deliveries offers on-demand delivery services across Nigeria. The company has a mission to establish a delivery system where issues are not encountered and product deliveries are seamless.

So far, the startup has raised over $2 million in funding, from investors including Rising Tide Africa Limited, Ubisoft, Thorburn Investments Nigeria, Stefano Piotti, Yves Guillemot, among others.

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