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20 Feb 2017
Learn how you can be a Local Champion with Jumia and Chigul in the final episode of the Maintain Ya Level series. Shop online at Jumia now - www.jumia.com.ng.
6 Feb 2017
Join Jumia and Chigul in the second episode of the Maintain Ya Level series and discover Chigul's tips for beating this recession. Shop online at Jumia now -  www.jumia.com.ng.
23 Nov 2016
Jumia and Chigul have partnered with the Guardian Brand Studio to create this mini-series aimed at helping Nigerians be more savvy with their money when shopping online.

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