OLX Shutdown office in Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya

A global classified platform, OLX with physical presence in nearly 40 countries, has been shutdown in Africa by Multinational media group and invested Naspers, except the office in South Africa.

Naspers are investors in Multichoice – operators of the DSTV and Gotv – and are still the people who acquires Konga.

Reports revealed that staff in these offices have been informed today and are expected to fully move out by the end of March 2018.

Meanwhile, reports also revealed that at the press time, Nigerian and Kenyan websites of OLX are still up and running. It also revealed that OLX will still be present in these countries but will be run remotely.

What’s your say?

6 Comments

  1. Seems they plan to crash gradually but how do they even make enough money to pay workers and make profit? Many more people just lost their jobs unexpectedly.

  2. Everything isn’t going smoothly! sadly to hear this news.. This OLX is really helping a lot of people worldwide.. But now they wanna shut it down in Nigeria.. Hmmmmm.

  3. Really sad news! How i wish this is not happening.. Many people will loose their jobs and its gonna be a hard moment for them. God help us all.

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