Gozem Launches eCommerce Delivery Service in Togo and Benin

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Ride-hailing service, Gozem has launched a new mobile service that’ll allow users to order groceries, gas canisters and other essential items. This new service comes at a time of social distancing, lockdowns and curfews across the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Gozem’s eCommerce service is said to help users to stay safe and continue to provide for their basic living needs from the comfort and security of their homes.

To benefit from this new functionality, users simply download the latest version of the Gozem app, navigate to the Shopping section of the menu, choose their desired vendor and items, confirm their shopping cart and delivery details, and place their order, paying via Gozem’s digital wallet. A Gozem driver will then deliver the ordered items directly to the client.

“In recent weeks we heard from our clients about the various challenges they face navigating these unprecedented times, and in response we accelerated our plans for eCommerce delivery. We’re delighted to now launch this new service and create
additional value for our customers in Cotonou, Benin and Lome, Togo,” says Gozem Co-Founder, Emeka Ajene.


“Using the same Gozem app they already have, Gozem users in Lome and Cotonou
can now order supermarket items from the safety of their own homes and have them
delivered. This takes us one step closer towards our ambition of positively impacting
users’ lives by offering them a variety of valuable services in addition to a safe and
reliable transportation offering.”

Edited by Jenna Delport
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